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32M Becomes First-Ever Company to Implant Micro-Chips in Employees

Biohacking could be a next big thing in this smart world. Over two years ago, a hacker implanted a small NFC chip in his left hand right between his thumb and his pointer finger and hacked Android smartphones and bypassed almost all security measures, demonstrating the risks of Biohacking. At the end of the same year, another hacker implanted a small NFC chip with the private key to his …

Datum: 24. 7. 2017

Source Code For SLocker Android Ransomware That Mimics WannaCry Leaked Online

Bad news for Android users — Source code of for one of the oldest mobile and popular Android ransomware families has been leaked online, making it available for cyber criminals who can use it to develop more customised and advanced variants of Android ransomware. Source code for the SLocker ransomware, which saw a six-fold increase in the number of new versions over the past six months, has …

Datum: 24. 7. 2017

Sweden Accidentally Leaks Personal Details of Nearly All Citizens

Another day, Another data breach! This time sensitive and personal data of millions of transporters in Sweden, along with the nation's military secrets, have been exposed, putting every individual's as well as national security at risk. Who exposed the sensitive data? The Swedish government itself. Swedish media is reporting of a massive data breach in the Swedish Transport Agency ( …

Datum: 24. 7. 2017

THN Weekly Roundup — 10 Most Important Stories You Shouldn't Miss

Here are we with our weekly roundup, briefing this week's top cyber security threats, incidents and challenges. This week has been very short with big news from shutting down of two of the largest Dark Web marketplaces and theft of millions of dollars in the popular Ethereum cryptocurrency to the discovery of new Linux malware leveraging SambaCry exploit. We are here with the outline of this …

Datum: 22. 7. 2017

Dark Web Users Suspect "Dream Market" Has Also Been Backdoored by Feds

By now you might be aware of the took down of two of the largest online dark websites—AlphaBay and Hansa—in what's being called the largest-ever international operation against the dark web's black market conducted by the FBI, DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) and Dutch National Police. But the interesting aspect of the takedown was that the federal authorities shut down AlphaBay, but took …

Datum: 21. 7. 2017

How Microsoft Cleverly Cracks Down On "Fancy Bear" Hacking Group

What could be the best way to take over and disrupt cyber espionage campaigns? Hacking them back? Probably not. At least not when it's Microsoft, who is continuously trying to protect its users from hackers, cyber criminals and state-sponsored groups. It has now been revealed that Microsoft has taken a different approach to disrupt a large number of cyber espionage campaigns conducted by " …

Datum: 21. 7. 2017

Tor Launches Bug Bounty Program — Get Paid for Hacking!

With the growing number of cyber attacks and breaches, a significant number of 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. Following major companies and organisations, the non-profit group behind Tor Project – the largest online anonymity network that …

Datum: 20. 7. 2017

Feds Seize AlphaBay and Hansa Markets in Major Dark-Web Bust

It's finally confirmed — In a coordinated International operation, Europol along with FBI, DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) and Dutch National Police have seized and taken down AlphaBay, one of the largest criminal marketplaces on the Dark Web. But not just AlphaBay, the law enforcement agencies have also seized another illegal dark web market called HANSA, Europol confirmed in a press release …

Datum: 20. 7. 2017

Critical Code Injection Flaw In Gnome File Manager Leaves Linux Users Open to Hacking

A security researcher has discovered a code injection vulnerability in the thumbnail handler component of GNOME Files file manager that could allow hackers to execute malicious code on targeted Linux machines. Dubbed Bad Taste, the vulnerability (CVE-2017-11421) was discovered by German researcher Nils Dagsson Moskopp, who also released proof-of-concept code on his blog to demonstrate the …

Datum: 20. 7. 2017

Hackers Stole $32 Million in Ethereum; 3rd Heist in 20 Days

An unknown hacker has just stolen nearly $32 million worth of Ethereum – one of the most popular and increasingly valuable cryptocurrencies – from Ethereum wallet accounts linked to at least three companies that seem to have been hacked. This is the third Ethereum cryptocurrency heist that came out two days after an alleged hacker stole $7.4 million worth of Ether from trading platform …

Datum: 20. 7. 2017

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