There’s a famous saying about how the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Nothing could be truer about the world’s relationship with passwords, and it’s a reality that should hit the security world even harder. After all, as we recently learned, the Target hack affecting at
Apple is having quite a rough week. While security world is still reeling from this past week’s vulnerability discovery and fix, researchers have identified yet another security flaw in Apple’s iOS that attackers could exploit to remotely monitor a user. With this newly discovered vulnerability, hackers are able to log a user’s keystrokes, including touch
The hacks just keep on coming. Kickstarter, arguably the world’s largest crowdfunded website, has joined the list of high-profile casualties. The site suffered a serious data breach that has probably led to the leakage of personal information and data, including encrypted passwords that can easily be cracked. Kickstarter had no idea that their database was
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
This week, NBC got called out for a slightly exaggerated report of hacking in Sochi (hint: they weren’t even in Sochi); SnapChat got hit with another vulnerability report; Target was hacked via their A/C and heat guys and more. Here’s a short n’ sweet version of the weeks’ news you may have missed.