The situation for a former JP Morgan employee is looking bleak as he is facing incriminating charges for selling sensitive customer banking information to supposed criminals.
Hackers can exploit unsecured, vulnerable technology in cities to cause blackouts, potential disasters, and denial of service.
Google releases a new chrome extension called “Password Alert” to combat phishing.
Researchers at a Washington University have discovered that it is possible for a hacker to potentially hijack a teleoperated surgery robot and ultimately control its movements and feed it commands remotely.
Web requests from China for a large number of websites were being redirected to wpkg.org, causing massive confusion.
The gang hacked into banks by cloning credit cards and then used them to withdraw money from various ATMs in several different locations.
80,000 people are the target of email scams on a daily basis. Learn how to recognize safe emails in order to avoid losing your identity and money.
A new platform dubbed WattsUpDoc developed by Phd’s Benjamin Ransford and Dennis Foo Kune can be used to detect and treat malware on medical devices using AC power.
Birmingham University student Imran Uddin is facing incriminating charges after using a keylogger to raise his exam scores.
A recent study unveils various types of IRC Botnets and their different infection and propagation methods.
The FBI has discovered that it is possible for hackers to break into singular WIFI systems on newer model planes and commandeer the aircraft using their laptop computer.
The man has been arraigned for hacking the server of a second generation bank and transfer the money to his personal accounts.
A potential flaw has been discovered by Samsung on the popular Samsung Galaxy 5 smartphone. This flaw will allow hackers to clone your fingerprints and gain access to your phone.
Government agencies and influential individuals are being spyed on by CozyDuke. It is an advanced malware threat that is to be considered more dangerous than others. Find out why!
An Arkansas lawyer found out that the cops had sent him a hard drive filled with malware that could be used for spying purposes.
NY hacker sentenced to 3 years in prison for cyber attacks on DirecTV, Farmers Insurance and L.A. public works
A Staten Island hacker was sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment this Thursday after he pleaded guilty to his several charges including infiltrating protected computer systems. The 32 year old must also pay US$ 2.7 million in restitution to DirecTV, Farmers Insurance and L.A. public works, the three affected parties.
Scammers love Facebook because it provides them with a place to try out their scams in front of an audience of over a billion people. Many old and new scams surface on the network giant every day and many people get tricked. Here’s what you need to keep an eye out for.
Microsoft releases a major security update fixing multiple critical vulnerabilities. This includes the remote code execution vulnerabilities in Office and IE, the elevation of privilege bug and more.