Planned Parenthood Hacked Over Videos
The group obtained data such as employees' email addresses, and plans to show Planned Parenthood "stripped naked."
DNS Threats, Led by Phishing, Up 58% in Q2
Because DNS is required for almost all internet connections, cyber-criminals are constantly creating new domains to unleash a variety of threats.
'Heartbleed for Mobile' Hits Android
The Stagefright flaw makes all Android devices targets of remote take-over by simply receiving an MMS message.
Zerodium Launches to Buy and Sell Zero-Days
The start-up is backed by Vupen, the French vulnerability dealer that has often drawn controversy for brokering exploits to the highest bidder.
Pakistan to Ban BlackBerry Enterprise Service Over Security Fears
Authorities can’t monitor encrypted comms platform
Three Sentenced for $14m Fraud Scheme
Estonian men masterminded global campaign affecting four million PCs
Bitcoin Exchange CoinCut Investigates Suspected Breach
Customer card and passport data may have been exposed
Chrysler Recalls 1.4m Vehicles for Remote Hacking Flaw
Researchers demonstrated that the connected Jeep Cherokee could be hacked via the car’s internal 4G connection
IoT Security, Privacy Concerns Weigh on Consumers
The convenience that smartwatches and other devices bring is also accompanied by security and privacy issues.
Contactless Cards in the Dock After Researchers Find Security Holes
Which? team was able to read card details and buy TV online
Anonymous Hacks US Census Bureau
Online collective exposes employee data in protest at trade agreements
British Security Biz Darktrace Gets $22m Cash Injection
Series B funding will help it expand in the US and APAC