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Category: Hacker News
It’s not at all surprising that downloading movies and software from the torrent network could infect your computer with malware, but it’s more heartbreaking when a popular, trusted file uploader goes rogue.
It’s 2019, and just clicking on a specially crafted URL would have allowed an attacker to hack your Facebook account without any further interaction.
All these numbers….
“More than 5 billion records from 6,500 data breaches were exposed in 2018” — a report from Risk Based Security says.
How do you check if a website asking for your credentials is fake or legit to log in?
A hacker who was selling details of nearly 620 million online accounts stolen from 16 popular websites has now put up a second batch of 127 million records originating from 8 other sites for sale on the dark web.
The United States Department of Justice has announced espionage charges against a former US Air Force intelligence officer with the highest level of top-secret clearance for providing the Iranian government classified defense information after she defected to Iran in 2013.
Ubuntu and some other Linux distributions suffer from a severe privilege escalation vulnerability that could allow a local attacker or a malicious program to obtain root privileges and total control over the targeted system.
What could be more frightening than a service informing you that all your data is gone—every file and every backup servers are entirely wiped out?
Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a way to hide malicious code in Intel SGX enclaves, a hardware-based memory encryption feature in modern processors that isolates sensitive code and data to protect it from disclosure or modification.