Republican Governor Mike Parson didn’t know what he was talking about
A while ago we reported how St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist was threatened with arrest by Republican Governor Mike Parson for doing his job, now it turns out that the cops have cleared the journalist of any wrongdoing.
Regional emergency declared
US president Biden is to declare a regional emergency after Russian criminals took out a pipeline that supplies 45 percent of the fuel supplies for the Eastern US in a Ransomware attack.
Changed the level of chemicals used in treatment
A hacker illegally gained access to a water treatment plant system, and attempted to poison the water supply for a Florida suburb with a high concentration of sodium hydroxide.
Murder is just so much more common
According to the Atlas VPN investigation, US citizens worry much more about getting hacked than being murdered.
Despite the fact he denied it
Dutch prosecutors have found a hacker did successfully log in to Donald Trump's Twitter account by guessing his password -- "MAGA2020!"
Cicada using sophisticated tools and techniques
Researchers have uncovered a massive hacking campaign that's using sophisticated tools and techniques to compromise the networks of companies around the world.
Nicked from 50,000 private IP-based cameras
A hacking group has nicked more than 3TB of private video from around the world — mainly collected from Singapore — and shared it on porn sites.
The San Diego Police Foundation, an organisation that receives donations from corporations, bought iPhone unlocking technology for the city's police department.
Records your efforts for future court cases
As recently highlighted by a Tesla Model 3 owner on Reddit, your connected car knows when you've hacked it, and it might be logging that data to use against you in a future warranty claim.
Five hours of footage
Security experts at IBM’s X-Force security team have obtained roughly five hours of video footage that appears to have been recorded directly from the screens of hackers working for a group IBM calls ITG18, and which other security firms refer to as APT35 or Charming Kitten.