There are a lot of stories about Bill Gates, like, when he programmed world’s first PC game, or when he talked about living life at $2 a day. A dedicated philanthropist and the co-founder of Microsoft has played a major
(You may not know this but) law enforcement has the capability to hack into computers using software (malware for you privacy advocates) called a Network Investigative Technique, or NIT.
Several cases have recently come before federal judges arising from the
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Fairfield County Bank Insurance Services and Fairfield County Bank hosted two local events educating customers on the potential threats of cybersecurity fraud.
The speakers from Fairfield County Bank included Donald McGran Jr., Security Advisor, and Stephen Wooters, Executive Vice President,
Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) announced today that participants in a recent ethical hacking event sponsored by the University of Hawaii failed to access a computerised document protected by Unisys Stealth – or even detect its presence on the network.
Two more rulings on suppression motions in FBI Playpen cases have been handed down. (h/t Riana Pfefferkorn) The ruling [PDF] in Tennessee agrees with the defendant that the FBI’s NIT warrant exceeded Rule 41 jurisdiction limits. The following quotes are
A $50 device and an app are all it takes for someone to get easy access to your computer. Together they can trick your computer into thinking it is a trusted connection and steal your password. Your password will not
Privacy advocates in Congress are moving to stop a new rule from taking effect Dec. 1 that would allow federal agents armed with a single search warrant to hack millions of Americans’ computers at once.
“It’s more government surveillance,” said
A group of hackers from UC Santa Barbara is the top team to advance in a cyber security contest that began with 18,000 undergraduate students from around the world.
New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering hosted a 48-hour cyber
We’ve all had them. Those emails you read with a growing sense of dread which tell you to change the password you use on this account, that social network or one of the many other online services you use.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy appointed Arthur H. House to the role. House has been serving as the chairman of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, where he has been heavily involved in combating digital threats to the critical utilities of electricity,
The computer hacking group Anonymous claims a “secretly made Israeli intelligence video” exists showing former President Bill Clinton having sex with an underage girl.
The latest development in a presidential campaign like no other came in a video message released
If Congress does nothing, a new policy will take effect in less than two months that will make it easier than ever for the FBI to infiltrate, monitor, copy data from, inject malware into, and otherwise damage computers remotely.
Edward Snowden risked everything to expose the National Security Agency’s illegal spying programs to the American public. A hero in the eyes of millions, Snowden refused to keep in secrecy the lies deceiving citizens not only nationally but also worldwide.
A security researcher found a way to “piggyback” on video chats, and it’s very hard to detect.
Mark Zuckerberg covers up his laptop’s camera with a little piece of tape. After he posted a photo of himself at a desk
Foreign hackers attempt to encrypt the hard drives of thousands of American computer users daily in an attempt to extort ransom payments for decryption, cybersecurity experts said Tuesday.
“We’re looking at over 4,000 attacks a day,” Bob Gregg, chief executive
President Obama will be asked to drop an extradition order against a vulnerable Briton facing life in prison for allegedly hacking Nasa and the US Army’s computers.
Lauri Love, who has Asperger’s syndrome and depression, will be welcomed by MPs
With the click of a keyboard, an entire city is left in the dark without access to power or water, all at the hands of a few computer savvy criminals.
The company behind these systems, The Careless Distribution of Currents,
Bill Cheswick will deny that he invented computer firewalls, but it’s what the modest computer security researcher is really known for.
He literally wrote the book on it in 1994.
Chesiwck partnered with Steve Bellovin in 1994 to publish the
Leaked files allegedly reveal government corruption
Turkey has blocked Dropbox, Microsoft’s OneDrive, and Google Drive in a bid to stem a tide of anti-government RedHack leaks.
Developer platform Github was also blocked by President Recep Erdogan’s government, following left-wing hacktivist