Tag : Forbes


Forbes Hacked By SEA; WordPress Vulnerabilities Exploited

Feb 17, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | As the Syrian Civil War rages on, cybercrime activity emerging from the troubled state is reaching monstrous proportions. Syrian president Bashar al-Assad may be losing hold on his people, but his loyal hacker-team is continuing to wreak havoc worldwide and exploit numerous high-profile websites and social media accounts. Forbes is the latest victim of the infamous Arab hacking group. The American business magazine’s website was recently vandalized, with the hackers posting hate-text on the home page. This was achieved by gaining access to the website’s WordPress panel.

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Crowdfunding Kickstarter Gets Hacked & Other Security Stories This Week

Feb 16, 2014 By Sarah Vonnegut | This week, Kickstarter suffered its’ first major breach with minor consequences, Target’s back in the ring with new reports indicating missed warnings from analysts about the payment systems, the Syrian Electronic Army strikes again, this time hitting Forbes, Internet Explorer suffered critical zero-day exploits and more. Before the next week full of security scares rolls in, take a moment to catch up on the stories you may have missed last week. 

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