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Posts Tagged ‘General Interest’

ATMs Continue To Be Huge Target For Hackers

Hackers are the new bank robbers in a very literal sense. Increasingly, hackers have taken to infiltrating bank networks specifically for the purpose of infecting ATMs attached to their network with malicious ...

Whole Foods Reports Credit Card Breach

It seems that hardly a week goes by that we don’t hear about another high-profile data breach. This time in the hot seat, we find Amazon-owned Whole Foods. Specifically, we find Whole ...

Google Personal Data Requests Are On The Rise

Google’s latest Transparency Report is out, and the results have raised concerns with privacy advocates from around the world. This time last year, Google received 44,943 requests relating to 76,713 user accounts ...

Hackers May Have Accessed Corporate Document Filings At The SEC

The hackers of the world have been busy recently, but this latest report from the SEC shows that not only has the number of their attacks been increasing, but also that the ...

Car Tracking Device Company Had Its Passwords Leaked

We’ve seen a lot of hacking attacks so far this year, but the successful breach of SVR Tracking may take the prize as the most invasive attack of 2017. If you’re not ...

Bill Gates’ One Windows Regret: CTRL, ALT, DELETE

Control-Alt-Delete. It’s a series of keystrokes that pretty much everyone who has ever used a Windows PC knows well. It is, after all, your escape hatch. When the program starts misbehaving, it’s ...

More Medical Devices Are Found To Be Vulnerable To Hacking

Things continue to worsen on the smart medical device front. Recently, the USDA issued a recall order on six different models of pacemakers, all of which were vulnerable to hacks that would ...

Massive Pacemaker Recall Over Hacking Threat

The FDA recently issued a recall order on nearly half a million pacemakers that have serious security flaws. They could allow hackers to take control of them, run their batteries dry or ...

Google Has Found A Way To Increase Internet Speed

Google has taken up the task of making the internet faster, not by installing thousands of miles of fiber optic cable, but rather, with math. The big brains in Google’s engineering department ...

App On Android, iOS Uploads Your Contacts Without Permission

If you spend any time at all on social media, you may have heard a lot of recent buzz about an app for both Android and iOS devices called “Sarahah,” which was ...