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Everyone knows your computer can be hacked, but did you know your monitor might also be used against you? Ang Cui from Red Balloon Security has figured out a way to hack into a popular Dell monitor and manipulate what you see on your screen. Using this type of attack, a user could easily be tricked into revealing personal, private information. Here's how it works. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/
Since the hacking of the Democratic National Committee, there has been growing concern about cyber-manipulation of election results this November. Voter registration databases in Illinois and Arizona were penetrated in June, and the FBI reported this week on attempts against several other states. Hari Sreenivasan talks to chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner for more on the threat.
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A flaw in random number generators built into your computer could compromise your password even on secured websites. Laurie Segall reports.
CTVNews.ca Staff Published Sunday, September 4, 2016 6:56PM EDT Hackers try to trick unsuspecting iPhone users with everything from camera spyware to ”jailbreak” malware. But when they targeted Kapil Haresh Vigneswaren in an iPhone scam, he knew exactly what to do. Vigneswarenis a University of Waterloo computer science graduate student who specializes in cryptography, security and privacy. He was studying with friends when his phone made a strange sound. "The phone started beeping [a] distinctive high-pitched tone, and at that point you're like, ‘okay something's not right,'" he told CTV Kitchener. He realized it was the Find My iPhone app and assumed it was a bug since he hadn’t activated the app. Then his phone beeped again. When he picked it up, he saw it was remotely locked wi...
The same hackers who recently infiltrated the Kenya Defence Forces twitter account have invaded three other government twitter accounts including that of the Deputy President William Ruto. The hackers calling themselves 'group anonymous' invaded the Deputy President's account this evening and began posting anti-government and insulting messages. Confirming the occurrence, the office of the deputy president has called on the public to ignore the messages.
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Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) -- With just a few clicks, hackers can access all of your online information and stay in your system for years. Bloomberg's Megan Huges talks to the experts to show you how it's done. (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
THE PENTAGON — The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) sent out an alert on August 1, saying several U.S. government and private agencies had been the target of an email based phishing campaign between June and July. NBC News reports that U.S. officials believe the attack is the work of Russian state-sponsored hackers. The hackers penetrated an unclassified email system used by about 4,000 government and civilian employees under the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The system has been shut down since at least July 27. The hackers used compromised computers at legitimate companies to conduct “spear-phishing” attacks, which penetrated the Joint Chiefs’ unclassified email system. Classified email systems were not penetrated. In a “spear-phishing” att...
Originally published on Dec 30, 2013 CNN reports: Hackers steal nearly two million users' credentials for popular social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google and Yahoo. Trustwave discovered the attack.
In the digital age, security breaches are inevitable and cyberattacks against businesses are becoming more frequent and severe. In fact, business email scams alone increased 2,370 percent from January 2015 to December 2016, with damages now totaling $5 billion worldwide. This complimentary webinar will explain the motivations and tactics used by hackers in business email compromise (BEC) as well as best practices, tips and tricks on becoming more secure through a smart blend of controls, technologies and culture changes. Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: * Describe what BEC is and how hackers use it * Identify the motivations for BEC and what kinds of information hackers want to steal * Apply practical, immediate steps toward becoming more secure against BEC ...
Learn More at http://www.productivecorp.com Over the past few years, phishing and spoofing schemes targeting CEO’s and CFO’s have risen dramatically. According to the FBI, between October 2013 and August 2015, 7,066 US businesses fell prey to 'business email compromise', netting criminals an estimated $747m. In this webinar we will take a closer look at how this scam is costing many organizations a lot of money. In this 30 Minute webinar we will explore the following: - How the spoofing of Malwarebytes CEO almost cost them $52,140.60 - Common mistakes that result in massive monetary losses - What role does the end-user play in preventing these attacks? - Tips to be more secure against corporate email spoofing
Hackers can gain access to your computer monitor — a cybersecurity expert shows us how easy it is. Everyone knows your computer can be hacked, but did you know your monitor might also be used against you? Ang Cui from Red Balloon Security has figured out a way to hack into a popular Dell monitor and manipulate what you see on your screen. Using this type of attack, a user could easily be tricked into revealing personal, private information. Here's how it works. Following is a transcript of the video. Ang Cui: Basically, you can't trust the thing that's coming out of your computer, because the monitor is changing the content of the screen. Hello, my name is Ang Cui. I am the founder and chief scientist of Red Balloon Security.
How To Hack a Website in 10 Seconds 00:30 - In this video, I show you how to how to use Google for finding usernames and passwords on unsecured web servers. Make sure you use this for powers of good ok? The practice is called Google Dorking, and it is a result of little-known special commands you can type into regular Google search, in order to get searching in beyond-average methods. We recommend you watch the entire video and learn how to do this by then doing your own google searches - not then how to hack a website in 10 seconds - moreso that you could help other businesses by uncovering such weaknesses in their site, and approaching them to pass the info on to them. If you can close a website audit sale or your specialist SEO services thereafter, that would be a total bonus and a o...
A new report shows Chinese hackers accessed designs for more than two dozen U.S. weapons systems. To learn what this breach means for U.S. security, Jeffrey Brown talks with Dmitri Alperovitch of CrowdStrike, a cyber security company, and James Lewis, a director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
I have been hacked! Social Engineering. How I know I have been hacked is because I watched your intro to hacking and you told me. what I had already thought. I got a phone call telling me they were microsoft and that they would help me. They told me to go to areas in my computer and led me to my IP address I believe. This was how they got my trust that this was microsoft calling me to rescue me. After I let then in they then charged me for helping me. YES I'm Dumb!!!!!!!! I gave them a credit card #. I have all new cards now. They were SMART SNAKE and just left free Microsoft anti virus on my computer and a phone # I could call If I had a problem. I could use the # to call them for help. Well that's gone! OK so I have been hacked what can I do to take my computer back. Do you have a vide...
https://www.axisins.com/android-phones-hacked-a-new-way-for-hackers-to-compromise-your-data/ Data loss has continued to be a worrying trend in the cyber world. Multiple large scale breaches have cost companies hundreds of millions of dollars in lost productivity, reputation and security upgrades. One thing that typically hasn’t been attacked has been cell phones.
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Originally published on 07 August, 2015 Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's animated news graphics at http://newsdirect.nma.com.tw/Reuters.aspx ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For story suggestions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) sent out an alert on August 1, saying several U.S. government and private agencies had been the target of an email based phishing campaign between June and July. NBC News reports that U.S. officials believe the attack is the work of Russian state-sponsored hackers. The hackers penetrated an unclassified email system used by about 4,000 government and civilian employees under the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ...
Riders greeted with surprise after hackers compromise transportation system.