Seems to be a busy time
"Hacktivist" group Anonymous has returned from the shadows and is promising to expose the "many crimes" of the Minneapolis city's police to the world.
Sees hacks when sitting on security holes
Georgia governor, Republican Brian Kemp seems to have a problem with democratic party hackers.
McAfee sees evil cloud
There is a correlation between the increased use of cloud services and collaboration tools, such as Cisco WebEx, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Slack during the COVID-19 pandemic, along with an increase in cyber-attacks targeting the cloud.
You can get a lot of cryptocurrency from a supercomputer
It would appear that the attacks on a dozen supercomputers across Europe were carried out by crypto miners hoping to make a quick buck.
Hawk and Archer laid low but not Dove
Supercomputers across Germany and the United Kingdom have been attacked by hackers, since January this year.
All Thunderbolt-enabled PCs manufactured before 2019 affected
Vulnerabilities discovered in the Thunderbolt connection standard could allow hackers to access the contents of a locked laptop’s hard drive within minutes, according to an insecurity researcher from the Eindhoven University of Technology.
The blood of Steve Jobs protects us from all evil
Fruity cargo cult Apple insists that there is “no evidence” a flaw in its email app for iPhones and iPads has been used against customers and there is no immediate risk to customers.
Just send a blank email
A security outfit has discovered Apple’s software has been completely insecure for years.
Home working creates new business
Hackers are flogging two critical vulnerabilities for the video conferencing software Zoom that would allow someone to hack users and spy on their calls.