However the survey, by security firm Intercede, claims that millennials, or those reaching adulthood in the year 2000, have terrible security habits, and probably because they think it is all pointless.… Read the rest
This is because the database was mostly populated by men so, unless we are talking about gay affairs, few straight men would have found a woman to have an affair with in the first place.… Read the rest
The Tor anonymisation network is increasingly used as the point of origin of attacks on public- and private-sector organisations, the report said.… Read the rest
Junaid Hussain from Birmingham was a key operator for the Islamic death cult and had targeted new recruits for the organisation.… Read the rest
Symantec believes it has the answer to these problems. It estimates that IoT deviees will number 25 billion by 2020 and has now introduced embedded critical system protection.… Read the rest
McAfee said that files found in the leaked database contain some peculiarities that he wouldn’t expect a hacker to normally know.… Read the rest
A top Russian politician, Nikolai Levichev, has written to the country’s Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, calling for government departments to be banned from using Windows 10.… Read the rest
And now it has appointed a man to run its newly-fledged Intel Security division.
Intel poached Richard Steranka from Avaya, and will now run the division, reporting to Scott Lovett, a senior VP of global sales.… Read the rest
The data includes names, email addresses, phone numbers and some credit card details.
The database was published on BitTorrent last night and appears to be genuine, with some reports saying that UK government people were among those outed.… Read the rest
The IRS said in late May the tax return information of about 114,000 US taxpayers had been illegally accessed by cyber criminals over the preceding four months, with another 111,000 unsuccessful attempts made.… Read the rest