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Over 43 Million Weebly Accounts Hacked; Foursquare Also Hit By Data Breach

2016 is the year of data breaches that has made almost every major companies victims to the cyber attacks, resulting in compromise of over billion of online users accounts. Weebly and Foursquare are the latest victims of the massive data breach, joining the list of "Mega-Breaches" revealed in recent months, including LinkedIn, MySpace, VK.com, Tumblr, Dropbox, and the biggest one -- Yahoo. …

Datum: 20. 10. 2016

MBRFilter — Open Source Tool to Protect Against 'Master Boot Record' Malware

Ransomware threat has risen exponentially so much that ransomware authors have started abusing the MBR in their attacks to lock down your entire computer instead of just encrypting your important files on hard drive. Talos team at Cisco Systems has released a free, open-source tool that protects the master boot record (MBR) sector of computers from modification by bootkits, ransomware, and …

Datum: 20. 10. 2016

Massive ATM Hack Hits 3.2 Million Indian Debit Cards — Change Your PIN Now!

India is undergoing the biggest data breaches to date with as many as 3.2 Million debit card details reportedly stolen from multiple banks and financial platforms. The massive financial breach has hit India's biggest banks including State Bank of India (SBI), HDFC Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI Bank and Axis, and customers are advised to change their ATM PIN immediately. Hackers allegedly used …

Datum: 20. 10. 2016

Netscape co-founder blames passwords for cyberattacks

While discussing rising security breaches in businesses and organizations, co-founder of Netscape and Shutterfly, Jim Clark weighed in on flaws…

Datum: 20. 10. 2016

Former CIA chief admits of hacking foreign political parties

A Former CIA chief has admitted that US spy agencies have hacked thousands of international political parties in the…

Datum: 20. 10. 2016

Breaking — Russian Hacker Responsible for LinkedIn Data Breach Arrested by FBI

The alleged Russian hacker arrested by the FBI in collaboration with the Czech police is none other than the hacker who was allegedly responsible for massive 2012 data breach at LinkedIn, which affected nearly 117 Million user accounts. Yevgeniy N, 29-year-old Russian hacker was arrested in Prague on October 5 suspected of participating in conducting cyber-attacks against the United States, …

Datum: 19. 10. 2016

Russian Hacker who was wanted by FBI arrested in Prague

Czech police, in cooperation with the FBI, has arrested a Russian citizen in Prague suspected of participating in conducting cyber-attacks against the United States. Czech police announced the arrest on its official website Tuesday evening, without giving any further details about the man and for what he is wanted for. Alleged Russian Hacker, whose name has not yet been disclosed, was …

Datum: 19. 10. 2016

Police Scan 117 Million Driving Licence Photos for Face Recognition Database

Your driver's license photo could be scarier than it actually looks — Well, here's why: With the help of state driver's license data, U.S. law enforcement agencies have created a huge a face-recognition database of more than 117 Million American adults that are regularly scanned in the course of police investigations. What's even worse? Most of those people who are scanned by police without …

Datum: 19. 10. 2016

Hackers crowdfunding NSA hacking tools

A hacking group, The Shadow Brokers, who stole the hacking tools from National Security Agency (NSA) in August is now…

Datum: 19. 10. 2016

Cybersecurity fines to rise in UK

After European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is applied in 2018, British business establishments not adhering to cybersecurity practices…

Datum: 19. 10. 2016

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