Despite online vigilante-ism accidentally pushing terrorist organizations further and further underground over the years, the US Government is still asking the general public for help. A new report from a member of the US Intelligence Community outlines some of the struggles facing modern analysts tracking individual targets and terrorists organizations online.
An oversight by Ethiopian authorities has left detailed spyware file logs unsecured and out in the open. Now, a new report by Citizen Lab about the leaked material in question shows just how far the Ethiopian Government is willing to go to track people online, as well as how Israeli spy firms developed the tools to help them do it.
After Trumps announcement regarding Jerusalem yesterday, hackers are protesting the news in their own unique way. Last night and into this morning the Israeli Government and Israeli affiliated cyber infrastructure have been the target of continuous and advanced cyber attacks.
Two weeks ago I learned about a security vulnerability which might be effecting my website, turns out it was actually part of a much larger crypto-currency mining malware campaign which was apparently quite successful last month.
Leaked documents implicate the Shell Oil corporation to multiple crimes in the oil rich region of Ogoniland, Nigeria dating back to the early 1990’s. Dutch prosecutors have already agreed to open a full investigation.
New research indicates that hundreds of the worlds most popular websites secretly record everything you do online, from passwords to mouse movements and everything in between, then transmit this data back to companies without encryption, leaving your information vulnerable to hijacking.
Yesterday afternoon Wikileaks unveiled what will become their newest series of leaks, Vault 8, due to play out over the next several weeks. Attempting to put this information into layman’s terms, I will explain what this tool is, what it does and what all of this means going forward.
According to Facebook’s own quarter report released in November 2017, close to 270 million accounts on their service are either bots, fake, duplicates or illegitimate, figures I actually called in an article back in March #scoreboard
As recently as just a few years ago DDoS attacks were thought of in the same sense as prank phone calls, today they have turned into a multi-million dollar a year “industry.”