A professional NASCAR racing team had its computer files hacked and paid $500 in bitcoin to get their files back, according to ESPN. They estimated the value of the data at $2 million. They have since hired a security firm called Malwarebytes, which
Since two-factor authentication became the norm for web services that care about securing your accounts, it's started to feel like a security blanket, an extra layer keeping your data safe no matter whether your password is as strong as 8$&]$@I)9[P
Defense teams across the US have been trying to get access to a piece of malware the FBI used to hack visitors of a child pornography site.
In a bid to thwart the latest exploitation of The DAO's smart contract code, developer Alex Van de Sande, lead designer for the Ethereum Foundation announced on Twitter that the Ethereum development community were moving funds away from .....
Ethereum developers may be pulling a rabbit out of a hat as they secure more than seven million ether and suggest that "[t]here are many plans in place to attack the child daos and either block the funds or recover them."
While the MSM has not given it extensive coverage, an apparent Romanian hacker's breach of the Clinton Foundation server shows the breathtaking level of foreign influence in the organization. Meanwhile, NATO declares computer hacking to be grounds to
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York might begin taking closer looks at international money transfers using the SWIFT network, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Wednesday in response to questions over a recent theft by cyber criminals.
Besides the fact that this is a hilarious episode of culture jamming, it reveals the hacking vulnerabilities of… well just about everything in society. These appear to be angry Bernie supporters, and it goes to show how angry and close to revolt pe
How many more data dumps does this hacker have with him that has yet to be exposed?
Yesterday the Washington Post published a piece that smelled of bullshit from the first line to the last: