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Domino’s Pizza France And Belgium Hacked

06/16/2014, It seems that companies these days are finding themselves subject to hacking and Domino’s is one of the latest companies to experience such a breach. According to reports, it seems that Domino’s France and Belgium have been hacked, and that a range of...

Pinterest Hacked, Results In Massive Spam Effort

06/15/2014, If you happen to be an active Pinterest user, then you might be interested to hear that the service has been hacked recently. As a result of that, huge numbers of user accounts started to share their “achievements” in their respective weight loss...

Feedly Hit With Denial Of Service Attacks

06/11/2014, For those of you who curates your news via Feedly, it looks like the service has gone under a denial of service attack. This is according to a post on Feedly’s blog where they have confirmed that they are experiencing an attack right now. According to...

Passwords Used By Hackers Aren’t That Strong Either [Study]

06/10/2014, When we think about our accounts getting hacked, there are times when it is really our fault for choosing bad passwords, like 1234567, abc123, or in some cases, our own names which can be easily guessed. Based on that knowledge, one would think that...

Hackers Arrested In Russia Over iDevice Ransomware Attacks

06/09/2014, Remember back in May we reported that there were Apple users in Australia who faced ransomware attacks on their Apple devices? Well the good news is that the alleged perpetrators have since been caught all the way over in Russia, according to a report...

14-Year Old Boys “Hack” ATM Machine Using Its Own Manual

06/09/2014, Hacking into an ATM is nothing new and in the past, we’ve seen and heard about all sorts of hi-tech wizardry involved in trying to trick the ATM into dispensing money, but it seems that perhaps all those hi-tech gadgets might not have been necessary,...

Hackers Reportedly Selling Steam User Data On Russian Dark Web

05/30/2014, Heads up gamers, according to a recent report in the Guardian newspaper, it seems that they have noticed criminals who are selling Valve’s Steam user data on a Russian dark web forum. These Steam accounts are being sold for just $15 each, making...

Apple Reassures iCloud Not Compromised In Ransomware Hack

05/28/2014, According to a report yesterday, many Australian Apple device owners found themselves unceremoniously locked out from their phones, tablets, and Macs. This is because whoever hacked their accounts used the Find My iPhone feature to lock their devices by...

Classic Beer Pong Table Gets A High-Tech Makeover

04/28/2014, Beer pong is a game typically played during our college/university days, and sometimes in adult life too, depending on the situation. That being said the game itself is pretty straightforward. The opposing player will attempt to land a ping pong ball in...

Tesla Model S Owners Hack Own Cars, Discover Ubuntu

04/14/2014, There aren’t that many Tesla Model S owners around, but those who are do seem to comprise of people who have a different way of seeing things. Apparently, some Tesla Model S owners have already tried to hack their ride by wiring into the Model S’...

LinkedIn Email Addresses Exposed Via Browser Plug-In Software

04/01/2014, Security breaches in the digital world seem to be all too common these days, and such malicious activity does seem to have picked up in pace in recent times, too. Thankfully, what has happened with the email addresses of LinkedIn users this time around IS...

Tesla Vehicles Can Be Hacked To Unlock The Car Remotely

03/30/2014, While connected cars with more digital components is inevitable, what this means is that it could open up more cars to hackers who could find a way to take control of your car or access it remotely. Apparently Tesla’s electric vehicles exhibit such...