Another day, another Red Star OS vulnerability.
The hackers who built a new, improved, Mirai botnet strike again, knocking thousands of British internet users offline—by mistake.
More than 800,000 domains were seized, sinkholed , or blocked in 'Operation Avalanche', an effort by law enforcement authorities and researchers in 30 countries.
Almost a year after one of the few cyberattacks in history to cause damage that spilled into the real world, nobody knows for sure who did it.
After weeks of turf war, two cybercriminals seem to have found a new way to take control and expand the the infamous Mirai botnet.
If the vulnerability was a so-called zero day, that would bring up all sorts of disclosure issues for the FBI.
On Tuesday, the UK passed its controversial new surveillance law, the Investigatory Powers Act, according to the Home Office.
The data includes usernames, email addresses, and what appear to be poorly-hashed passwords.
SF’s Muni is free this weekend after computer screens started displaying “You Hacked”
The hack was reported in October and compromised personal data, including social security numbers.