Hackers allegedly stole at least 160 million credit and debit card numbers and netted more than $300 million from NASDAQ, JetBlue Airways and other corporations.
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Attorney Marcia Hofmann will cover aspects of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act that security researchers need to be aware of during a Black Hat session next week.
A tool that enables a hacker or penetration tester to capture RFID card data from up to three feet away will be released next week at Black Hat.
Two iSEC Partners researchers will demonstrate a hack of a Verizon Network Extender femtocell that enables them intercept cellphone calls, and data and text transmissions.
The fallout from DEF CON organizers’ decision to ask the feds to stay away from this year’s event has been mixed–and predictable.
Video game publisher Ubisoft is telling its users to change their passwords after a breach compromised the company’s account database.
Opera Software shared some details on a hack of its infrastructure that resulted in the theft of a code-signing certificate used to sign malware and potentially infect thousands of users.
A vulnerability existed in Facebook that an attacker could have exploited via standard messaging service in order to take complete control of any mobile-linked account on the world’s largest social network.
Opera Software said it will share additional information today about the theft of a code-signing certificate used to sign malware.
A tool, PinkStats, has been used by a number of Chinese attack crews in targeted operations against governments, universities and other organizations over the last four years.