Teen mastermind, lives with his mum, probably in a bit of trouble
Cybersecurity researchers investigating a string of hacks against technology companies, including Microsoft and Nvidia, have traced the attacks to a 16-year-old living at his mother's house near Oxford, England.
If only there had been an effective way of identifying a person as a hacker
Red faced authentication services provider Okta is investigating a report of a digital breach, after hackers posted screenshots showing what they claimed was its internal company environment.
Most thought they were too small to be worried
A new study by Sectigo, the “State of Website Security and Threat Report”, reveals that 20 per cent of SMBs have experienced a breach in the past year alone, even though nearly three-fourths believe their companies are mitigating risks effectively.
Someone impersonating administrators of cryptocurrency-related discussion channels on Slack, Discord, and other social messaging platforms has been attempting to lure others into installing macOS malware.
DHS has already hacked a 737
US government researchers believe it is only a matter of time before a cybersecurity breach on an airline occurs.
Our experiment in sound is nearly ready to begin
Attackers can cause potentially fatal hard drive and operating system crashes by playing sounds over low-cost speakers embedded in computers or sold in stores.
Under the Winnti umbrella, ella, hey
Security experts claim that Chinese spooks were behind almost a decade's worth of network intrusions that use advanced malware to penetrate software and gaming companies in the US, Europe, Russia, and elsewhere,.
Gaming the elections using 21st tech
Two of the great election surprises of the 21st century, the election of Donald Trump and the successful Brexit campaign might have been the result of a rather good Facebook hack.
Paid off the hackers
Controversial taxi outfit Uber sat on news that it had been hacked and 57 million customers and drivers had their details released.
So stop asking questions about it
The server computer at the centre of a lawsuit digging into dodgy cyber-security practices during the US presidential election has been wiped to stop people asking questions about it.