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Hackers Can Steal Data Using PC Radiators

Kuszu, 07 May 2020, 14:58

Hackers keep inventing new ways to steal our confidential data. Researchers at Ben Gurion University have reported that cybercriminals may seize files on disks of computers not connected to the Internet!

The Last of Us 2 - Hackers Likely to be Responsible for Recent Leak

Adrian Werner, 04 May 2020, 13:51

We learned more about the videos from The Last of Us: Part 2 that were recently leaked. Much suggests that hackers who used the keys from Naughty Dog's earlier games to get to the TLoU2 movies are responsible for this.

Hackers May Have Gained Data From 160,000 Nintendo Accounts

Jacob Blazewicz, 24 April 2020, 18:14

Nintendo has commented on unauthorised logins to Nintendo Account. According to the company, hackers may have used data related to about 160,000 Nintendo Network accounts.

Major Security Gap Detected in iOS

Smoczy, 23 April 2020, 13:25

One of Apple's system apps enables third party to attack a selected device, virtually without user intervention. The company announced work on a patch.

Turns out Sensitive Data of 270 Million People are Not Worth Much

Smoczy, 22 April 2020, 16:42

The profiles of millions of Facebook users have leaked to the Dark Web. They could be bought in the form of a list for 500 euros.

Nintendo Targeted by Hackers? Rumors of User Data Leak

Jacob Blazewicz, 20 April 2020, 21:23

Internet users report suspicious activities on their Nintendo accounts. Many users noticed unauthorized login attempts, which in some cases resulted in the use of related PayPal accounts and payment cards.

Gmail Blocks 18 Million Fake Coronavirus Emails Daily

Sodar, 17 April 2020, 15:41

Google's email filters block 18 million phishing or malware emails every day, which are related to the coronavirus pandemic. This is almost 20% of all messages blocked by Gmail filters.

GTA Online: Best Weapon to Defend Against Cheaters Costs Fortune

Laty, 01 April 2020, 20:46

The battle between regular players and cheaters has been going on since the first multiplayer games were developed. This time a certain Reddit user has found a way to find cheaters using God Mode in GTA Online.

Hacker Stole Data of AMD's Xbox Series X GPU and New Radeons

Adrian Werner, 26 March 2020, 13:25

AMD has confirmed that data related to, e.g. the Arden chipset, which will power the Xbox Series X console, has been stolen.

Microsoft is Trying to Plug a Critical Security Gap in All Windows

Laty, 25 March 2020, 11:22

Microsoft warns its users against malware that could infect their computers. The company is already working on an appropriate patch, which is a priority for the programmers.

App For Tracking Coronavirus Turn Out to be Ransomware

Laty, 16 March 2020, 11:37

The ransomware software called „CovidLock” infects Android smartphones when users install the coronavirus case tracking application. Hackers block the phone and demand a ransom in exchange for access.

99.9% of Hacked Microsoft Accounts Were Not Properly Secured

Laty, 10 March 2020, 12:26

Microsoft engineers warn against hackers who hack into accounts without multi-step authentication enabled. 1.2 million accounts were attacked un January alone.

Millions of Microsoft's Customer Data Records Leaked

Conrad Hazi, 23 January 2020, 14:34

The end of 2019 must have been really unpleasant for Microsoft. It turned out that due to a security error in the database, more than 250 million records with user information were publicly available. The gap was patched up immediately after detection.

Ubisoft Suing for DDoS Attacks in Rainbow Six Siege

Jacob Blazewicz, 20 January 2020, 21:37

Ubisoft has filed a lawsuit against ShortNameGame in connection with DDoS attacks on Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege servers. The defendants were said to provide, for a fee, the software needed to carry out the attacks, as well as mock the company's actions aimed at limiting their effects.

Possible Leak of Nexus Mods User Data

Laty, 20 December 2019, 12:10

The creators of Nexus Mods, a website enabling users from all over the world share their work and others to download it, published a disturbing statement yesterday. Its content suggests that the data of website's users may have ended up in the wrong hands.

Fallout 76 - Cheaters Bring Fallout 4 NPCs to the Game

Adrian Werner, 19 December 2019, 13:01

So far, December hasn't been a successful month for Fallout 76. The latest scandal concerns cheat scripts that enabled users to create legendary items and spawn NPCs from Fallout 4.

Christmas Trojan - Hackers Invite to a Party

Laty, 17 December 2019, 12:07

Trojan Emotet is one of the most active Trojans on the web right now. This time it started sending emails inviting users to a Christmas party.

Avast and NordVPN Attacked by Hackers

Laty, 22 October 2019, 12:49

Hackers broke into the internal network of Avast antivirus software and NordVPN, a web anonymity application. Both companies claim that the users are not at risk.

End of Windows 7 Support is Nigh; OS is Targeted by Hackers

Bart Swiatek, 16 October 2019, 11:50

According to Webroot experts' analysis, Windows 7 is becoming a target for hackers more than twice as often as the latest version of Microsoft's operating system.

Turla Trojan Attacks - Chrome and Firefox Targeted by Russian Hackers

Konrad Serafinski, 08 October 2019, 13:59

Kaspersky experts have found a new threat on the web that can infect Google Chrome and Firefox browsers. Trojan was created by hackers from the Russian group Turla.

WoW Classic - Perpetrator of Recent DDoS Attacks Arrested

Jacob Blazewicz, 20 September 2019, 12:18

Blizzard informed about the arrest of a person suspected of having launched DDoS attacks on the company's servers. The problems affected both World of Warcraft Classic and Overwatch players.

HackerOne - Organization That Enables Hackers Earn Millions of Dollars

Barth Faryna, 09 September 2019, 18:32

HackerOne is an organization that brings together hackers from all over the world to keep them busy. Thanks to the cooperation with the company, many of them have already earned dizzying sums, sometimes exceeding one million dollars. All is takes is will and a lot of skill.

VLC Player Has a Security Gap? The Devs Deny

Conrad Hazi, 24 July 2019, 17:33

Some time ago, an error was discovered in VLC Player that would allow to freeze the application or even execute remote scripts using properly crafted video files. The creators deny and claim that the error cannot be reproduced.

Security Gap in WPA3 Protocol Can Be Hacked for $125

Frozen, 17 April 2019, 13:14

A security gap was detected in Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3) wireless protocol, which enables hackers to easily crack users' password. The method is quick and cheap - launching an attack using it costs $125.

Thieves threaten to reveal Cyberpunk 2077 documents

luckie, 09 June 2017, 10:24

Players are eager to hear more about Cyberpunk 2077, the next RPG from creators of The Witcher series. Some even don't hesitate to steal the information.

British hacker behind attacks on Sony and Microsoft jailed for two years

luckie, 26 April 2017, 18:32

That's a hell of a way to make a name for yourself, if you know your computers. Adam Mudd, a young hacker responsible for millions of DDOS attacks worldwide has been sentenced to two years in prison.