Hacking

Expert: Real Cyberwar Will be Worse Than Ukraine-Russia Fight

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Both sides use the Internet well, but can’t attack “real things” from cyberspace. continue…

Sochi Could Turn into Hacker Olympics

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Multiple groups are warning that the Winter Olympics could turn into a hive of hacking and government surveillance. continue…

How the Target Breach Could Affect Retail Analytics

Retailers could find their customers more reluctant to part with personal information, degrading analytics over the long term. continue…

Google Maps Breakthrough Marred by Adolf Hitler Street

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Target Admits 110M Victims in Data Breach, Not 40M

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Theft of demographic data on 70 million customers represents vastly larger, more serious attack. continue…

Target Hack Suggests Era of Big Data Breaches is Upon Us

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Cyber-criminals had more than two weeks to pluck through 40 million customer accounts, Target confessed. continue…

Can You Sue a Spy Agency for Hacking Your Data?

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There’s little any organization can do against government-directed hacks such as a QUANTUMINSERT, at least from a legal standpoint. continue…

How NSA Hacked Yahoo, Google Datacenter Networks

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NSA bolstered front-door data collection by connecting directly to networks connecting datacenters belonging to Yahoo and Google, all without the search companies’ knowledge. continue…

Adobe Source Code, Customer Information Stolen

Attackers gained unauthorized access to data for 2.9 million Adobe customers. continue…

Hacking a Bluetooth-Enabled Toilet

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Welcome to the future, where a hacker can make your bathroom act like it’s been possessed by demons. continue…