Pen Test Partners demonstrates how to send vessels off-course or even onto a path to collision — fairly easily.
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A new malicious campaign has compromised more than 40,000 machines globally to monetize via traffic hijacking and cryptomining.
It’s the latest example of the hackability of off-the-shelf IoT devices – even when default passwords are changed.
A critical Adobe flaw is being exploited in targeted attacks against Windows users.
The incident is another reminder that third-party software and services are an easy way for attackers to steal sensitive data.
A glitch in Auth0 could allow attackers to spoof a legitimate website and collect sensitive information from visitors.
An unspecified “private” server was found with the account data of users who signed up for the service, in the largest breach since Equifax last year.
An attacker can pick up the profile picture, username and the “likes” of unsuspecting visitors who find themselves landing on a malicious website.
A cyber-attack has brought the websites of both ticket distribution service Ticketfly – and the major venues it services – offline on Thursday.
A serious vulnerability was patched by developers behind Git that closes the door on a flaw that could lead to arbitrary code execution on a developer’s system.