A serial hacker going by the name of Gnosticplayers is selling the personal data of 26 million people who have been using the services of six different companies from across the world.
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Your internet-connected printer might be at risk for a hack. Someone attempted to sell a mass printing service, which could cause your printer to spit out any given message on a hacker's command.
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Hackers can use a FLIR infrared camera to steal your password. By examining heat traces left behind on the keys, hackers can infer your password. Unsurprisingly, those with acrylic nails are virtually immune to this type of attack.
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Lenovo, San Diego Zoo, and the government of Chihuahua, Mexico all have one thing in common: their websites have been serving up cryptojacking miners to unwitting visitors due to a Drupal vulnerability.
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Even with all the high-profile hacks in the news, lots of people fail to keep themselves protected by not using secure passwords. Fortunately, a new Kickstarter campaign is here to help.
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With connected devices multiplying every year, security flaws are increasing as well, and every device can provide access to your network. One casino found that out the hard way with the aquarium thermostat in its lobby.
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The history of malware is as long as the history of software itself. What began innocently five decades ago has evolved into a worldwide threat and weapon of cyber warfare. Here’s how it happened.
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