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Earlier this morning, the official Twitter account of US Central Command (CENTCOM) was apparently hacked by members of the ISIS terrorist organization in the form of public protest from the much maligned group.
Users of the Backoff POS malware are said to have been upping their game over the past year, hacking into the IP-based cameras of potential targets to determine whether or not the cashier in question was worth a second look.
Hackers are taking advantage of new malware called Dare Devil (stylized as “d4re|dev1|”) created to steal financial payment card data from PoS terminals and also attack electronic kiosks and vending systems.
Sony Pictures is still reeling from its recent hacking, which saw the company’s operations ground to a halt. Now Sony is investigating a North Korean link to the attack.
The website of New York’s Daily News was knocked offline briefly today with users redirected to messages from the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA). The hack was first brought to our attention by a Reddit user but has since been confirmed by the site itself.
A team of Pakistani hackers have allegedly hacked and defaced the websites of Indian regional governments with offensive remarks on Indian PM Narendra Modi. Of the websites defaced were two governmental portals for the Gujarat state – Commissionerate of Higher Education and the Agricultural Produce Market Committee of Ahmedabad (APMC). The sites were also posted Read More
North Korean authorities have denied allegations that it sponsored smartphone hacking attempts on South Korea, following reports last week. South Korea’s NIS news agency reported that North Korean hackers had loaded mobile games with malware that were then downloaded by up to 20,000 Southerners to spy on the action of their inimical neighbors. However, this Read More
Hackers working for the Russian government have been accused of breaching White House computers, according to the Washington Post. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a number of sources told the Post that several services were disrupted by the breach, which occurred two to three weeks ago. “In the course of assessing recent threats, we Read More
Researchers from the security firm iSight have announced their discovery of a new zero-day exploit, Sandworm, that had “wormed” its way into the networks of several major government organizations including NATO and Ukranian institutions. Because of the specific nature of the targets listed, iSight was quick to pick up a trail on the culprits, all Read More