Say, couldn’t hackers take advantage of mandated invulnerabilities?
‘Banks, financial institutions, newspapers, trade associations, major international businesses, no one is immune’
Washington’s sudden focus on Chinese hacking comes after rising complaints from U.S. businesses about theft of trade secrets.
Judge says not to FBI’s newest surveillance idea: hacking into personal computers
Bill allows private sector information to be voluntarily shared with the federal government
Bill would allow companies to break contracts, share info with government
Bill’s sponsors insist it is ‘not a surveillance bill’
‘The described technique cannot engage or control the aircraft’s autopilot system’
Security consultant Hugo Teso shows that a hijacker could take over an aircraft’s flight controls
Last year, a similar measure never gained traction and eventually prompted a White House veto threat.
Investigators detected similarities between the March cyberattack and past hacking attributed to the North Korean spy agency
Ryan Ackroyd admitted one count of carrying out an unauthorized act to impair the operation of a computer.
Digital libertarians say feds’ 1984 law could put innocent people in jail
The global hacker group promised a mass assault to protest Israeli policy toward the Palestinians.
The attacks illustrate a larger problem with the vulnerability of systems fundamental to the Internet
Vendors considered most vulnerable for identity theft
Fervent online supporters of Matthew Keys say the journalist was just taking part in an online prank that briefly altered the Los Angeles Times’ website
Evernote said the attack, which it described as “sophisticated,” was able to compromise an unspecified number of customers’ encrypted passwords