Visualizzazione dei post da Giugno, 2016

Finding an ATM Skimmer: It pays to be paranoid!

Crypto Ransomware Jumped 500%

Ransomware bites NASCAR team: lessons learned fast Naked Security

Big Blue finds big green in derailing transport

25,000 malware-riddled CCTV cameras form network-crashing botnet • The Register

US hospitals hacked with ancient exploits • The Register

Zero-interaction remote wormable hijack hole blasts Symantec kit • The Register

SWIFT hackers nick $10m from Ukraine bank • The Register

NASCAR team red-flagged by ransomware attack • The Register

Look into our network, not around our network... you're under • The Register

Online backup firm Carbonite targeted in password reuse attack

​Hackers hit central banks in Indonesia and South Korea | ZDNet

It’s not all about ransomware – keyloggers are still alive and well!

Is the Angler exploit kit dead?

Hackers are using this nasty text-message trick to break into people's accounts

BadTunnel: a vulnerability all Windows users need to patch

Man In The Browser attacks scare banking world

Tesla Model X autonomously crashes into building, owner claims

Lexus Owners Say Update Bricked Cars’ Navigation Systems

Watch As Hackers Hijack WhatsApp Accounts Via Critical Telecoms Flaws - Forbes

Hackers Can Steal Your Facebook Account With Just A Phone Number - Forbes

Sofacy NotSoGood: Time to switch up our Trojan-slinging tactics • The Register

Cybercrooks are pimping out pwned RDP servers • The Register

Infecting Systems by Typosquatting Programming Language Libraries - Schneier on Security

Johns Hopkins scientists show how easy it is to hack a drone and crash it

BBC News: Huge spam and malware network goes offline

Telegram crammed: Hackers find way to send massive messages