Rudy Giuliani mistakenly blames a typo for a cyber attack. Yet another international incident which once again begs the question, do some of the worlds top cyber security officials actually understand how the internet works?
Last month a group of researchers presented a report to the US Senate, outlining how several accounts originating out of Eastern Europe are posing as US military veterans or veteran organizations to sow hostility and misinformation online.
Earlier this morning the verified Twitter accounts belonging to Target & Google G Suite were hacked and used to spread a Bitcoin scam.
To crack down on international espionage, Russia has passed new laws banning all active duty military personnel from using or sharing on social media networks/platforms.
Last night, Friday, November 2nd 2018, Anonymous hackers managed to hack, deface and the steal the contents of Società Italiana degli Autori ed Editori, an Italian Copyright collection agency, leaking sensitive databases online.
Starting today it appears as though Twitter has begun at least a mini-purge of Anonymous related/affiliated accounts, suspending at least 8 highly followed/prominent accounts tied to the movement.
Over the weekend, in response to the death of Jamal Khashoggi and for Saudi Arabia’s continued War Crimes, Anonymous launched #OpJamalKhashoggi & #OpSaudi to retaliate in their own unique way.
Believe it or not, it’s actually much easier for hackers to uncover your IP through social media than it is through email. Here are some simple steps you can take to stay protected.