China has been known for its involvement in such attacks in the past as well. Hopefully this will not be a regularity in the future.
It’s probably smart to remove or disable your Flash player, at least in the next few days. A new zero-day exploit has been discovered that attacks unknowing website visitors through a drive-by download attack.
For just $10, a hacker can create a camouflaged USB charging device that tracks and logs everything you type on a wireless keyboard.
The hackers group promises the world to track online activity, close social media accounts and jihadist websites of terrorists plus everything else in power to shut terrorists down online.
Your router could have been hacked and turned into a zombie bot to knock off the Xbox Live and Sony Playstation Network game servers during Christmas!
Hackers placed ransomware ads on the Huffington Post website demanding for USD$300.
The spam emails try to lure users with misleading, fake invoices from banks, telephone companies and even PayPal in order to steal bank account credentials.
Ransomware ‘Cryptowall 2.0′ is using the TOR network to mask its tracks. It encrypts users data and asks for ransom in return for the key to unencrypt the data.
Will Microsoft ditch IE and move to Spartan? With Windows 10 getting ready to be released, Microsoft aims to be a more diverse company.
On December 29, Google published the Microsoft Windows 8.1 vulnerability after giving the company 90 days to fix.