• Samsung Pay isolated from LoopPay attack

    Hackers who compromised LoopPay’s computer systems had no access to Samsung Pay’s user data or other core information, says Samsung

    WAshford4,155 pointsBadges:
  • Hackers target Australian health sector, selling records for A$1,000

    Healthcare records in Australia are a major target for hackers – with fully populated medical records sold to fraudsters for up to A$1,000 each

    ITKE372,120 pointsBadges:
  • OPM hackers stole 21.5 million records, 1.1 million fingerprints

    Investigators for the OPM data breach find that 21.5 million personal records were stolen in the attack, including 1.1 million fingerprints. The White House is still considering its response.

    mheller1,275 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking and Penetration Testing with Low Power Devices

    In this excerpt of Hacking and Penetration Testing with Low Power Devices, author Philip Polstra describes "The Deck" -- a custom Linux distribution -- that breaks the traditional penetration model by providing pen testers an OS that runs on low-power ARM-based systems.

    ITKE372,120 pointsBadges:
  • US supermarket chain loses 4.2 million credit and debit card numbers in hack

    Hackers have stolen 4.2 million credit and debit card details from a US supermarket chain by swiping the data during payment authorisation transmissions in stores.

    ComputerWeekly3,215 pointsBadges:
  • What has the OPM hack taught you about your network’s security?

    searchsecurity23,425 pointsBadges:
  • OPM hack two months later: What was learned?

    Network security expert Michele Chubirka shares her thoughts about June's OPM hack and what steps IT should take to fend off future attacks.

    searchsecurity23,425 pointsBadges:
  • Minecraft developer Mojang not hacked, says Microsoft

    Minecraft users were targeted directly to enable an online leak of personal details, not developer Mojang, says Microsoft

    WAshford4,155 pointsBadges:
  • What’s being hidden from me?

    I'm either crazy or I'm on to some sneaky stuff going on. My spouse pretends to not know what an IP address is but has SQL injector and ridiculous levels of encryption and cloud accounts and files I cant get into. There's more to it but idk how safe it is for me to say and I'm not trying to cause...

    Nomanonn5 pointsBadges:
  • BT launches ethical hacking service for bankers

    BT introduces a certified Crest Star ethical hacking test service for financial services customers

    ascroxton1,615 pointsBadges:

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