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Displaying items by tag: Hacktivism

GUEST RESEARCH: The latest Operational Technology (OT)/IoT security report from Nozomi Networks Labs finds wiper malware, IoT botnet activity, and the Russia/Ukraine war impacted the threat landscape in the first half of 2022.

Published in Guest Research

GUEST RESEARCH: The cybersecurity threat landscape in the first quarter of 2022 represented a mix bag of old enemies and new foes. New actors dominated the DDoS threat landscape while application security faced tried-and-true attack vectors.

Published in Guest Research

Digitisation of the world comes at a cost, with a new report estimating that data breaches and cybercrime will cost businesses around the globe a whopping $2.1 trillion by 2019 – four times the cost of breaches this year.

Published in Internet of Things
Friday, 28 November 2014 15:29

'Syrian Electronic Army' subverts web traffic

A number of high-traffic websites have been affected by interfering with a single DNS setting at a popular domain registrar.

Published in Security
Thursday, 12 December 2013 11:31

Anonymous hackers plead guilty

Thirteen members of the hacking collective Anonymous have pleaded guilty to disabling Paypal's servers in 2010, after the payment site severed ties with Wikileaks.

Published in People Moves
Saturday, 07 December 2013 08:05

Do Gooder Hackers

This weekend sees Random Hacks Of Kindess breaking out across the land.

Published in Development


Start counting the pennies, if you're (un)lucky enough to suffer a data breach, on average it will cost you over $2M.


Published in Security

Every year, Verizon builds a major snapshot of all the data breaches they investigated in the previous year.  The latest report details the rise of hacktivism and the continuation of cyber criminal activity around the world.  We also interview one of the report's authors.

Published in Security

Several current trends in the security landscape are likely to continue, according to a McAfee executive. But some are expected to be reversed, and that's not good news for those of us on the right side of the law.

Published in Security
Indian techie, Atul Dwivedi, defaced the Royal Australian Air Force website this week, posting a message on the front page as a warning to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. How did he do it?

Published in Security
Monday, 15 December 2008 19:40

Geeks seek to hack depression

It's easy to tell an extroverted IT professional: they're staring at YOUR shoes. Jokes aside, the stereotypical computing worker may be hiding a dark secret. Yet, they're not alone, according to a new online support group for the tech crowd.

Published in Networking
Visitors to the conservative Fox News reporter Bill O'Reilly's website might be forgiven for thinking all was as normal. Yet more than 200 of its paid subscribers details have been posted in public after the site was hacked, apparently in retaliation over comments O'Reilly made following the Sarah Palin email hack.

Published in Home Tech




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