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Samsung Launches Bug Bounty Program — Offering up to $200,000 in Rewards

With the growing number of cyber attacks and data breaches, a number of tech companies and organisations have started Bug Bounty programs for encouraging hackers, bug hunters and researchers to find and responsibly report bugs in their services and get rewarded. Samsung is the latest in the list of tech companies to launch a bug bounty program, announcing that the South Korean electronics …

Datum: 12. 9. 2017

Facebook slapped with $1.43 million fine for violating users' privacy in Spain

Facebook is once again in trouble regarding its users' privacy. The social media giant has recently been heavily fined once again for a series of privacy violations in Spain. Recently, Google also incurred a record-breaking fine of $2.7 billion (€2.42 billion) by the European antitrust officials for unfairly manipulating search results since at least 2008. Now, the Spanish …

Datum: 11. 9. 2017

Raspberry Pi: Learn How to Build Amazing IoT & Robotics Projects at Home

Do you want to make your own robot at home? But, of course, one can not spend hundreds or thousands of dollars, and definitely would not be able to join a 4-year-long engineering institute to learn how to do it? Well, we have good news for you—Try the Raspberry Pi board to create amazing projects at highly affordable cost. Raspberry Pi is a tiny, cheaper and customizable …

Datum: 11. 9. 2017

Researcher Discloses 10 Zero-Day Flaws in D-Link 850L Wireless Routers

A security researcher has discovered not one or two but a total of ten critical zero-day vulnerabilities in routers from Taiwan-based networking equipment manufacturer D-Link which leave users open to cyber attacks. D-Link DIR 850L wireless AC1200 dual-band gigabit cloud routers are vulnerable to 10 security issues, including "several trivial" cross-site scripting (XSS) flaws, lack of proper …

Datum: 11. 9. 2017

Hackers Can Remotely Access Syringe Infusion Pumps to Deliver Fatal Overdoses

Internet-of-things are turning every industry into the computer industry, making customers think that their lives would be much easier with smart devices. However, such devices could potentially be compromised by hackers. There are, of course, some really good reasons to connect certain devices to the Internet. But does everything need to be connected? Of course, not—especially when it comes …

Datum: 9. 9. 2017

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

Remember "Crackas With Attitude"? The hacking group behind a series of embarrassing hacks that targeted personal email accounts of senior officials at the FBI, the CIA, and the White House, among other United States federal agencies in 2015. A member of Crackas With Attitude, who was arrested last year in September, has now been sentenced to five years in federal prison. …

Datum: 9. 9. 2017

Equifax Data Breach: Steps You should Take to Protect Yourself

Equifax has suffered one of the largest data breaches in history that has left highly sensitive data of as many as 143 million people—that's nearly half of the US population—in the hands of hackers. Based on the company's investigation, some unknown hackers managed to exploit a security flaw on the Equifax website and gained unauthorized access to certain files between mid-May and July 2017. …

Datum: 8. 9. 2017

Shadow Brokers Leaks Another Windows Hacking Tool Stolen from NSA’s Arsenal

The Shadow Brokers, a notorious hacking group that leaked several hacking tools from the NSA, is once again making headlines for releasing another NSA exploit—but only to its "monthly dump service" subscribers. Dubbed UNITEDRAKE, the implant is a "fully extensible remote collection system" that comes with a number of "plug-ins," enabling attackers to remotely take full control over targeted …

Datum: 8. 9. 2017

Equifax Hack Exposes Personal Info of 143 Million US Consumers

It's ironic—the company that offers credit monitoring and ID theft protection solutions has itself been compromised, exposing personal information of as many as 143 million Americans—that's almost half the country. Equifax, one of the largest credit reporting firm in the US, admitted today that it had suffered a massive data breach somewhere between mid-May and July, which was discovered on …

Datum: 8. 9. 2017

Proof It's Possible to Hack German Elections; Hackers Tamper with Voting-Software

Germany's democracy is in danger, as the upcoming federal elections in the country, where nearly 61.5 million citizens are going to vote on September 24th, could be hijacked. Hackers have disclosed how to hack the German voting software to tamper with votes and alter the outcome of an election. Yes, election hacking is no theory—it is happening. A team of researchers from German hacking …

Datum: 7. 9. 2017

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