Following the breach of Nasdaq’s Director’s Desk Web application last fall, the attackers left monitoring tools to eavesdrop on board directors’ communications.
According to an article in Reuters, the hackers responsible for breaching the Nasdaq stock exchange network last year had left remote-monitoring software, allowing them in spying on corporate directors.
According to the report from McAfee, cars that incorporate Internet technology are in danger since they ventured into the hacker’s territory.
The report has the title “Caution: Malware Ahead”, which got released, Tuesday afternoon warns the public that the safety devices they are using on their cars are also the devices that would put their car in danger. Hackers are eventually going to hack their way through the devices with the help of the software that is running the devices.
During the Sony’s annual general meeting in Tokyo last week, Howard Steger apologizes for the hacking attacks that resulted to the fall of stocks. The evildoer behind the attack had escape.
In an ironical situation, a group of hackers who sabotaged a number of websites from over a long period of time is now dissolving itself. These hackers are so confident in their jobs that they have made a statement stating that group wasn’t disbanding under pressure from the FBI or enemy hackers. A LulzSec member Read more
Human gullibility is weak There are several methods that are exploited by hackers; however, the primary method is the gullibility of humans. In a survey undertaken by Microsoft, it was found that individuals continue to remain the weakest link in the cyber security chain. The study is a part of the internet theft campaign that Read more