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33M accounts hacked of Evony data breach

A data breach database website, Leaked Source has listed publicly available data for users involved in the website breach of…

Datum: 17. 10. 2016

Scammers targeting students in spreading Ascesso Malware

Yes, it’s quite easy to target students. Especially when it comes to waving off a student loan. Recently a group…

Datum: 17. 10. 2016

Crack for Charity — GCHQ launches 'Puzzle Book' Challenge for Cryptographers

The UK's Signals Intelligence and Cyber Security agency GCHQ has launched its first ever puzzle book, challenging researchers and cryptographers to crack codes for charity. Dubbed "The GCHQ Puzzle Book," the book features more than 140 pages of codes, puzzles, and challenges created by expert code breakers at the British intelligence agency. Ranging from easy to complex, the …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

Crack for Charity — GCHQ launches 'Puzzle Book' Challenge for Cryptographers

The UK's Signals Intelligence and Cyber Security agency GCHQ has launched its first ever puzzle book, challenging researchers and cryptographers to crack codes for charity. Dubbed "The GCHQ Puzzle Book," the book features more than 140 pages of codes, puzzles, and challenges created by expert code breakers at the British intelligence agency. Ranging from easy to complex, the …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

FBI is Investigating Theft of $1.3 Million in Bitcoin from a Massachusetts Man

Over two months ago, the world's third largest Bitcoin Exchange Bitfinex lost around $72 Million worth of Bitcoins in a major hack. Shortly after the company encountered a $72,000,000 Bitcoin theft, an unnamed Bitfinex user from Cambridge, Massachusetts, filed a police report in September, alleging that $1.3 Million of funds were stolen from his account. Since then the Cambridge police have …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

FBI is Investigating Theft of $1.3 Million in Bitcoin from a Massachusetts Man

Over two months ago, the world's third largest Bitcoin Exchange Bitfinex lost around $72 Million worth of Bitcoins in a major hack. Shortly after the company encountered a $72,000,000 Bitcoin theft, an unnamed Bitfinex user from Cambridge, Massachusetts, filed a police report in September, alleging that $1.3 Million of funds were stolen from his account. Since then the Cambridge police have …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

Android Banking Trojan Tricks Victims into Submitting Selfie Holding their ID Card

While some payment card companies like Mastercard have switched to selfies as an alternative to passwords when verifying IDs for online payments, hackers have already started taking advantage of this new security verification methods. Researchers have discovered a new Android banking Trojan that masquerades primarily as a video plugin, like Adobe Flash Player, pornographic app, or video codec …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

Android Banking Trojan Tricks Victims into Submitting Selfie Holding their ID Card

While some payment card companies like Mastercard have switched to selfies as an alternative to passwords when verifying IDs for online payments, hackers have already started taking advantage of this new security verification methods. Researchers have discovered a new Android banking Trojan that masquerades primarily as a video plugin, like Adobe Flash Player, pornographic app, or video codec …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

Clinton Campaign Chief’s Emails Hacked, Russia under attack

The final countdown of the US Presidential election has started and both the nominee Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump are…

Datum: 14. 10. 2016

12-Year-Old SSH Bug Exposes More than 2 Million IoT Devices

Are your internet-connected devices spying on you? Perhaps. We already know that the Internet of Thing (IoT) devices are so badly insecure that hackers are adding them to their botnet network for launching Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against target services. But, these connected devices are not just limited to conduct DDoS attacks; they have far more potential to harm you. …

Datum: 14. 10. 2016

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