Cybersecurity

Google Struggles to Protect Its Users from Scammers, but 125 Fraudulent Apps are Still on Play Market
Aug 25, 2021 at 12:00
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Google Struggles to Protect Its Users from Scammers, but 125 Fraudulent Apps are Still on Play Market
Android is an open-source operating system, which means that any developer can create applications (apps) for it. However, this feature is not only used by legitimate developers, but also by scammers.
Hackers Break into Tesla Surveillance System to Prove that Cameras Violate Human Privacy
Mar 11, 2021 at 16:10
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Hackers Break into Tesla Surveillance System to Prove that Cameras Violate Human Privacy
Hackers broke into hundreds of security-cameras belonging to carmaker Tesla Inc., to gain access to the data collected by Verkada Inc., to prove the pervasiveness of video surveillance, and also expose the vulnerability existing in the walls of cybersecurity of these systems.
Hacken Community Launch the First Ever Grey Hat Hacker Competition, with 35,000 USDT in Prizes
Jan 22, 2021 at 14:11
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Hacken Community Launch the First Ever Grey Hat Hacker Competition, with 35,000 USDT in Prizes
The Hacken community, led by its leading investor Leo Andreo have launched the “Grey Hat Hackers Ideas Competition”. The first-of-its-kind initiative offers a great opportunity for budding cybersecurity thinkers to help their community and be in the running for some serious prize money at the same time.
Binance Establishes Cybersecurity Alliance to Prevent Fraudulent Activity
Aug 28, 2020 at 12:30
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Binance Establishes Cybersecurity Alliance to Prevent Fraudulent Activity
After the news that fraudsters use Binance to launder stolen cryptocurrency funds, the exchange decided to take action to stop such activity. They have established a strong cybersecurity alliance.
Latvian Police Arrested Cybercriminals Holding Over 110,000 Euro in Cryptocurrency
Jul 21, 2020 at 13:56
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Latvian Police Arrested Cybercriminals Holding Over 110,000 Euro in Cryptocurrency
Officers of the Cybersecurity Department of Latvian Police exposed the activity of an organized gang of cybercriminals. During the operation, the law enforcers confiscated cash and cryptocurrency in the amount exceeding 110,000 Euro.
Cybersecurity Threats: Are Cryptocurrency Exchanges More Vulnerable than Banks?
Jul 01, 2020 at 12:09
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Cybersecurity Threats: Are Cryptocurrency Exchanges More Vulnerable than Banks?
Since the inception of bitcoin, cryptocurrency exchanges have been a major target of attack compared to other traditional financial institutions such as banks. As cryptocurrency platforms tighten cybersecurity, hackers find new cracks in the wall.
Healthcare Still Under Threat: Hackers Harvested $1 Million Ransom from Medical School
Jun 30, 2020 at 12:31
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Healthcare Still Under Threat: Hackers Harvested $1 Million Ransom from Medical School
The University of California had to pay a $1 million ransom to regain access to the research performed at their Medical School. The incident has proven the healthcare industry is still vulnerable to hacker attacks.
Cybersecurity in Time of Coronavirus: Threats and Trends
Jun 25, 2020 at 09:59
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Cybersecurity in Time of Coronavirus: Threats and Trends
Protecting gadgets, networks and information from clever hackers has been a critical issue since the very appearance of digital technologies. Now, when the pandemic of COVID-19 forced entire countries to isolate themselves, the industry became even more vulnerable, thus showing the need for new solutions.
Hackers Steal Information of 129 Million Russian Car Owners to Sell for Cryptocurrency
May 18, 2020 at 12:09
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Hackers Steal Information of 129 Million Russian Car Owners to Sell for Cryptocurrency
At least 129 million Russian motorists now have their information with an unknown hacker group that is attempting to sell it on the darknet for cryptocurrency.
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