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!
A pair of patching articles from Peter Herzog of ISECOM
Thankfully, since we first reported on it, eBay has binned its cumbersome 2FA procedure and replaced it a much easier process.
Mozilla is rolling out support for two-factor (or two-step) authentication for anyone who has a Firefox account.
The team at WordFence published a white paper that provides a detailed breakdown of an emerging malware threat we have analyzed that has some unique capabilities. The malware, which they have dubbed BabaYaga, works to maintain a WordPress site it infects in good working order, including removing other malware variants that it finds.
Apple is beefing up efforts to protect their users from being tracked and hacked. Here’s how.