Can’t shop online? Want to keep shopping online? If you’re using an old browser you may find yourself locked out of PCI-compliant (e-commerce) websites.
A hoax about ransomware called “WannaCrypt” has been widely spammed out. But is an attack of this sort technically possible?
The S in HTTPS stands for Secure, so does the S in IoT. The stuffed toys are stuffed with security problems that we’ve known about for over a ...Continue Reading →
World’s first and oldest cybercrime (1830) predates electrical telegraphy. Read how two French bond traders hacked France’s military semaphore telegraph.
With a name like BACKLASH, you might think this hack comes from the era of mechanical devices, with gears and pulleys. You’d be right!
Microsoft is a relatively new friend to open source, and their purchase of GitHub is causing considerable consternation to developers.
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05/25/2018 01:27 PM EDT Original release date: May 25, 2018
As summer begins, many people will travel with their mobile devices. Although these devices—such as smart phones, tablets, and laptops—offer a range of conveniences, users should be mindful of potential threats and vulnerabilities while traveling ...Continue Reading →
WordPress will be 15 years old this May 27th, 2018! On Sunday, May 27th, we’re planning a global event celebrating the WordPress 15th Anniversary with WordPress community groups around the world.
Researchers have shown how attackers could trick ...Continue Reading →
05/07/2018 08:30 PM EDT Original release date: May 07, 2018
FBI has released the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) 2017 Internet Crime Report, which highlights scams trending online. The top three crime types reported by victims in 2017 were non-payment/non-delivery, personal data breach, and ...Continue Reading →
We have written and spoken frequently about web site hijacking attacks. Here is an article that shows that EVERY website is a target of automated attacks. Every website ...Continue Reading →
Although there is nothing to worry about, you may want to ...