spy technology goes back at least 20 years Use of the IMSI Catcher spy technology goes back at least 20 years Source: Hacker Lexicon: Stingrays, the Spy Tool the Government Tried, and Failed, to Hide | WIRED
The details of 87 million Mexican voter records were made publicly accessible on the internet, a US security researcher discovers. The same security expert that recently found an open accessible database with 191 million Americans now found a similar Mexican database with data on 87 million individuals. By using the free search engine for internet..
The attackers who stole $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank probably hacked into software from the SWIFT financial platform that is at the heart of the global financial system, said security researchers at British defense contractor BAE Systems. The cyber criminals tried to make fraudulent transfers totaling $951 million from the Bangladesh central bank’s..
Epic Systems had accused the Tata units of stealing documents and other confidential information tied to the software it builds for health care companies to manage billing, insurance benefits management and referral services, according to case filings. Source: Tata Group hit with $940 million trade secrets verdict for stealing Epic Systems Corp.’s software – Featured..
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how cellphones and mobile phone networks are vulnerable to hacking The only thing in the headline that is not true is the word ‘Breaking’. It has been a well known “secret” for decades. Anyone that have been working with the SS7 protocol know that it has so many flaws that..
A former employee arrested and charged this monday for blackmailing Trustpilot. Using former colleague’s e-mails and passwords the employee managed to download Trustpilot’s customer databases. The 36 year old former employee threatened Trustpilot to contact all Clients and inform them about the security breach Source: Ole | LinkedIn