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Attackers have made off with up to US$400,000 (£290,000) in cryptocurrency after an ingenious attack on Stellar Lumen (XLM) wallet, BlackWallet. In the latest cryptocurrency security incident, hackers managed to compromise the server hosting popular web-based wallet BlackWallet and change
The company trying to be the Google of hacked user credentials says it just obtained another huge leak, this time affecting Twitter users. LeakedSource recently reported it obtained a database of more than 32 million Twitter login credentials from a
Researchers have found a loophole in Intel processors that allow an attacker to bypass logins and place backdoors on laptops, allowing adversaries remote access to laptops. Researchers at F-Secure, that first identified the attack strategy, say the loophole can be
The malware, dubbed OSX/MaMi by Wardle based on a core class named “SBMaMiSettings,” is currently only detected – at least based on its signature – by ESET and Ikarus products as OSX/DNSChanger.A and Trojan.OSX.DNSChanger. However, other vendors will likely create
Join Fran Malloy, IBM Security Technical Sales Management and former CISO of a Fortune 500 company, as he shares an authentic and candid firsthand experience of surviving a highly public breach. Understand what you have to consider and even how
Technology adoption is bringing about massive change in major cities around the world from smart traffic lights to knowing exactly what time transportation will arrive and paying for public services with the touch of a credit card or personal device.