Security researchers have recently uncovered a cyber espionage group targeting aerospace, defence and energy organisations in the United States, Saudi Arabia and South Korea.
Air-gapped computers that are isolated from the Internet and physically separated from local networks are believed to be the most secure computers which are difficult to infiltrate.
It wasn’t that long ago that Anthem, the company that ended up owning TNA Wrestling after a strange power struggle that included former Smashing Pumpkins lead singer Billy Corgan, announced they were not only getting rid of the immature “TNA” moniker (which technically stood for Total Nonstop Action) and adopting the new moniker of Global Force Wrestling (GFW).
Viacom—the popular entertainment and media company that owns Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central, MTV, and hundreds of other properties—has exposed the keys to its kingdom on an unsecured Amazon S3 server.
One of the legends of old school wrestling passed away on the weekend, as Bobby “The Brain” Heenan died at the age of 72. Fans and wrestlers alike flocked to social media to pay their respects to one of the best managers in the history of the business. On Monday night, the WWE aired a tribute video their fallen Hall of Famer.
Researchers have been warning for years about critical issues with the Signaling System 7 (SS7) that could allow hackers to listen in private phone calls and read text messages on a potentially vast scale, despite the most advanced encryption used by cellular networks.
The world’s popular torrent download website, The Pirate Bay, has again been in a new controversy—this time over secretly planting an in-browser cryptocurrency miner on its website that utilizes its visitors’ CPU processing power in order to mine digital currencies.
If you have downloaded or updated CCleaner application on your computer between August 15 and September 12 of this year from its official website, then pay attention—your computer has been compromised.
Let’s just get one thing out of the way, right off the top. Yes, you can gamble on pro wrestling, a “sport” that is entirely fake and predetermined. You may be asking yourself, what kind of stupid betting establishment would take bets on something where the outcome is already known? The answer is: well, a lot of them.