In the future, mobile phones are going to be among the top choices for hackers in hacking. Experts in a Georgia Tech say hackers can easily release malware onto guarded devices when they dock to sync or plug into USB ports to charge.
Last week, the Linux Foundation, sent an email to all users, informing them that an attacker had compromised LinuxFoundation.org and Linux.com, also their sub domains. Other pertinent details such as usernames, email addresses, and passwords got stolen too.
The website of BART website got hacked by the notorious group of hackers, Anonymous. The group apparently leaked the stolen data to the public.
The information of more than 2000 users printed on a website. It includes names, address, phone numbers and password. BART uses such information to inform their clients for contest, discount and events.
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.