Crimean war revenge
Russian and Iranian state-linked hackers are hacking British politicians and journalists, Britain’s online security agency warned.
How dare you say we are terrorists
Russian hackers, who did not seem to get the irony of their actions, attacked the website of the European Union’s Parliament in revenge for the democratically elected body voting to declare their country a supporter of terrorism.
Like that has never been done before
Threat actors are using the death of Queen Elizabeth II as a lure to phish for users’ Microsoft credentials.
Bypass multi-factor authentication
Hackers are stealing cookies from current or recent web sessions to bypass multi-factor authentication.
An Israeli private investigator currently behind bars in the US used Indian hackers to conduct surveillance operations for ultra-wealthy Russians, a court has been told.
Apple “feature” not properly thought through
An iPhone feature which means that it never powers down makes it a doddle to attack, according to a new report.
We know what you know
Redfaced US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) says it is investigating reports that hackers gained unauthorised access to an agency portal that taps into 16 different federal law enforcement databases.
That is a nice alternative to Russian gas, it would be a pity if anything happened to it
While Russia is cutting off the gas supply to Bulgaria and Poland over their support to Ukraine, it appears that its hackers are trying to stop a move to green energy.
Researchers find holes in personality
Researchers are finding vulnerabilities in autonomous hospital robots which enable hackers to take control of them.
Apparently, they were attacking Ukrainian, European Union, and American targets
Software King of the World Microsoft, says that it has disrupted hacking attempts by Russian military spies conducting a special operation or two on Ukrainian, European Union, and American targets.