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Hacking US infrastructure: How vulnerable is it?

Hacking US infrastructure: How vulnerable is it? Is our infrastructure vulnerable to hackers?Part of the risk in cyber intrusions on infrastructure is the connection of these systems to the internet.

Careful with your fingers: Hackers can steal everything you type

Careful with your fingers: Hackers can steal everything you type Take Mark Zuckerberg for example, who caused a fuss recently when it was revealed he has a strip of tape over the webcam on his computer.Well now you can add the seemingly trust-worthy keyboard and mouse to that list.

How to buy DIY home alarm and security systems

How to buy DIY home alarm and security systems A security system is one of the best lines of defense in protecting your home.There are many well-known options for turn-key, monitored alarm systems that come with a professional installer and a monthly fee.

Online buyers beware: Rio Olympics 'ideal' for cybercrims

Online buyers beware: Rio Olympics 'ideal' for cybercrims According to security firm ESET, events such as the 2016 Rio Olympics are ideal targets for fraudsters and cybercriminals.“If the first condition is met, you can start looking for websites that offer tickets for the Olympic Games,” says FitzGerald.

FBI, DHS release report on Russian hacking as administration-ordered sanctions take effect

FBI, DHS release report on Russian hacking as administration-ordered sanctions take effect As of yesterday, we have both a joint report from the US’ various federal agencies as well as a formal announcement of sanctions to be taken against the Russian government.The report, which you can read here, is a joint product of the FBI and Department of Homeland Security on the actions of the Russian civilian and military intelligence services (RIS).

Tackling NZ cybercrime in 2017: Why revery is just as important as prevention

Tackling NZ cybercrime in 2017: Why revery is just as important as prevention Every year, businesses across New Zealand are hit by some sort of virtual attack.With big money to be made from hacking into a company's database and stealing sensitive information, scammers are now attempting to dupe the hackers.

The world's most wanted hacker is basically a nerdy supervillain

The world's most wanted hacker is basically a nerdy supervillain His GameOver Zeus malware scheme, which was shut down in 2014, netted him a Scrooge McDuck-sized vault of money to swim in.And Bogachev hasn't curtailed his activities; according to the Times story, it's believed he's in cahoots with Russian intelligence.

Getting more Instagram followers? uld be a scam

Getting more Instagram followers? uld be a scam Inazigram, the applications harvest Instagram credentials and then send them to a remote server.They appear to have originated in Turkey, but some used English localisation to target Instagram users worldwide.