Remember a young hacker who hacked jail systems in an attempt to release his prison inmate early?
Category: Hacker News
Earlier this month, Oracle patched a highly critical Java deserialization remote code execution vulnerability in its WebLogic Server component of Fusion Middleware that could allow attackers to easily gain complete control of a vulnerable server.
“Alexa, are you spying on me?” — aaaa…..mmmm…..hmmm…..maybe!!!
Only a few hours after the Drupal team releases latest updates to fix a new remote code execution flaw in its content management system software, hackers have already started exploiting the vulnerability in the wild.
If you often leave your valuable and expensive stuff like laptop and passports in the hotel rooms, then beware. Your room can be unlocked by not only a malicious staff having access to the master key, but also by an outsider.
Damn! You have to update your Drupal websites.
In a major hit against international cybercriminals, the Dutch police have taken down the world’s biggest DDoS-for-hire service that helped cyber criminals launch over 4 million attacks and arrested its administrators.
Google has finally been rolling out its new massively redesigned Gmail for desktop and mobile to 1.4 billion of users worldwide, which might be the most significant single upgrade in Gmail’s history.
Two separate teams of security researchers have published working proof-of-concept exploits for an unpatchable vulnerability in Nvidia’s Tegra line of embedded processors that comes on all currently available Nintendo Switch consoles.
Dr. Mordechai Guri, the head of R&D team at Israel’s Ben Gurion University, who previously demonstrated various methods to steal data from an air-gapped computer, has now published new research named “BeatCoin.”