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Cyberattack alert! Car and candy companies are not spared

03/11/2013, Over the last few months, 40 known companies have been identified as victims of cyberattacks. As more details are being revealed, it turns out that these attacks are not only targeted at tech companies such as Apple or Twitter but other industries as...

Website Used To Hack Apple And Facebook Found

02/20/2013, Yesterday we reported that Apple has been the target of Hackers. Apple claimed that the source of the hack was the same as used to hack Facebook. The malware used in both these cases came from a popular forum of iPhone developers called iPhoneDevSDK. Ian...

Jawbone MyTalk Experiences Limited Hack

02/13/2013, Jawbone has announced that a small number of accounts had been compromised by cyber-attacks. The company did not mention how many, but did use the word “limited” to describe the scope of the attack. In any case, some user data (email,...

Twitter Hacked! 250,000 Accounts At Risk

02/01/2013, Twitter has confirmed that approximately 250,000 users are affected in the recent hack but denied that the hack is related to the outage yesterday. As security measure, Twitter did reset all affected passwords and revoked all session tokens from affected...

Teen hacker sentenced to six years of supervised Internet access

11/09/2012, A hacker from a group called UG Nazi was sentence in Long Beach, California on Wednesday. Going under the moniker “Cosmo” or “Cosmo the God,” the 15-year old pleaded guilty to multiple felonies including credit card fraud, identity...

Russian cybercrime market is well-established, says report

11/05/2012, In a report entitled “Russian Underground 101,” Japanese security software company Trend Micro claims that the cybercrime market in Russia is getting more commercial than ever, with hackers offering services for a price. Using data gathered...

GoDaddy Attacked, Millions Of Sites Down

09/10/2012, Members of the well-known online hacktivist group, Anonymous, have attempted a number of high-profile cyber attacks in the recent past. It seems that the latest to go on the list of their victims is the popular web hosting giant, GoDaddy. According to the...

Apple’s leaked UDIDs: Blue Toad Publishing may be the real source

09/10/2012, Lask week, an online hacktivist group, AntiSec, leaked 1 million Apple UDIDs onto the web. The group claimed that it was able to lay its hands on a total of 12 million Apple device IDs by breaching FBI servers. At one side, this raised questions about a...

Apple UDID Leak: Why Does It Matter?

09/04/2012, Ealier today, AntiSec hackers claimed that they had been able to breach into FBI servers and gain access to a list of 12 million Apple UDIDs. The group leaked 1 million UDIDs online, claiming them to be a part of the list. The debate on the web has so far...

Anonymous claims PSN breach, 10M accounts allegedly accessed

08/15/2012, Uh-oh, the Anonymous hacker group has claimed to have hacked the PlayStation Network, or PSN, and downloaded 50GB worth of database that contain user accounts and passwords. From the look of it, a lot of emails are from Sweden, Russia and other European...

Spy computer is small enough to fit in an Altoids tin box

04/18/2012, Seeing someone carrying around a tin of mints can hardly be called suspicious. However if that tin of mints has an ethernet cable sticking out at one end, that’s when you should probably start getting a bit worried. Kevin Bong, a Wisconsin-based...