Comcast servers were hacked, yielding a list of the company’s mail servers, passwords and a link to the root file that contains the vulnerability the hackers used.
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Google has announced it will retool its bounty program and extend its scope to include all Chrome apps and extensions branded as “by Google.”
Cybercriminals have tweaked the way the malware GameOver Zeus is delivered to users’ machines, changing .exe files to .enc files to evade detection.
The OpenBSD Project pushed out a new build of the security suite OpenSSH this week, adding a new private key format, a new transport cipher and fixing 15 bugs in the Secure Shell.
A VPN bypass bug in Android’s Jelly Bean 4.3 build disclosed last week is also present in Android’s most recent operating system, KitKat 4.4.
Just like it’s done time and time before, the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) broke into yet another media outlet late last week, hacking a handful of social media accounts belonging to CNN, including seven Twitter accounts and two Facebook accounts.
Just one day after the photo sharing application announced its latest security measure, a researcher claimed he was able to hack it with as little as 100 lines of C++ code.
Thirteen men were indicted this week for allegedly using Bluetooth-enabled skimmers to steal more than $2 million from customers at gas stations across the Southern United States.