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.
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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.
Spam emails promoting a non-existent PC version of the popular WhatsApp messaging service could be leading unsuspecting users to a malicious banker Trojan.
Starbucks has patched a vulnerability in its iOS app that was found spilling user data last week but the researcher that found the vulnerability is still encouraging the company to look at an outstanding geolocation issue present in the app.
A vulnerability in Starbucks’ mobile app could be putting coffee drinkers’ information – including their usernames, email addresses and passwords – at risk.
The Syrian Electronic Army is claiming responsibility for compromises of the official Microsoft blog as well as the official Xbox and Skype Twitter accounts.
As expected, Oracle and Adobe will release critical patches alongside Microsoft on Tuesday to kick off the year’s inaugural Patch Tuesday batch of security updates.
Microsoft announced Thursday that it plans to release four bulletins next week as part of the year’s first batch of Patch Tuesday security updates, none of which are rated critical.