Tag Archives: Hacking
Revealed by a Russian and rewarded $5K by Google (for reporting this YouTube software flaw allowing any uploaded videoclip to be deleted within 30 seconds) who says that being honest does not pay?
Does Slack now find itself in the midst of a conflict-of-interest in and as far as the firm’s reported hacking amid raising an additional $160 million in VC?
Just in time for Friday the 13th, Gamers who play such hits as Call of Duty and/or Warcraft are being hit with malicious code that locks the game unless a ransom is paid (to unlock it!)
Add Mandarin Oriental Hotels as the latest firm hit by a credit card data, malware attack.
The latest Snowden allegations regarding US/UK firms hacking SIM-cards is yet another Orwellian-example of the post-NSA world humanity finds itself experiencing (that’s also surreal regarding the degree that it is being largely accepted versus protested…)
A hacking group has had the tables turned on them… the irony…
According to a recently released, full-transcript of his PBS interview with Edward Snowden, America’s techno-salvo whereas the nation worked with Israel to sabotage Iran’s Nuclear is the sort of activity that the nation spends more time (i.e., being on the offensive) … Continue reading
Kudos to Sony’s executive brass for both publicly speaking out about the hacking incident that the firm experienced as a follow-up for releasing the film that was supposedly at the center of said incident.
Score one for Sony. Take one away for any given theater that declined to show The Interview (due to missing out on the buzz surrounding said film).
In light of Sony’s hit movie (Bit Torrent) The Interview being the firm’s #1 online movie the company might want to look more seriously at said distribution model (independent of the circumstances surrounding said release).