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Have you considered the possibility that someone could be watching you through your webcam? Or Listening to all your conversations through your laptop’s microphone? Even a bit of thought about this probability could make you feel incredibly creepy. But most

A hacker group called Cobalt targeted ATMs across Europe in “smash and grab” operations. The hackers are reported to have remotely attacked ATMs using malicious software, which manipulated the systems to dispense cash. Two of the biggest global ATM manufacturers,

Solving the “what now?” problem. Companies hit by hackers often waste precious time asking, “What now?” Such delays can be costly, since network invaders, once they know their cover is blown, are apt to make additional mischief by stealing or

Chinese researchers announced Monday that they had discovered security vulnerabilities in the Tesla Model S that allowed them to take over the vehicle’s brakes and more without laying a finger on the car. While other researchers have hacked into Tesla vehicles, this appears

A mother from Austin, Texas, said she had to take down her baby monitor for good after she discovered that someone had hacked it and taken control over the device more than one time. The mother, who wanted to remain

The US-CERT warns of the presence of multiple flaws in the Nuuo NVRmini and other network video recorders of the same vendor. The US-CERT has issued a security advisory related to the presence of multiple vulnerabilities in the Web interface

As well as a great opportunity to spy on some of the most talented security researchers, hacking conferences are naturally a hotbed for those looking to get up to a bit of mischief. Newly published data suggests a load of

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles may not be the only automaker with hacking vulnerabilities to worry about as a new report suggests that over 100 million Volkswagens are susceptible to remote hacking. A lengthy report compiled by four security experts from the