Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), despite their somewhat esoteric name, aren’t unknown to everyday users. Many people, including myself, use VPN apps or Chrome extensions like Hola to get onto sites that are blocked or otherwise inaccessible in certain countries. Many people find themselves using a VPN for the sake of convenience, very few implement one […]
Hack and hack alike.
It calls “The Interview” the “movie of terrorism.”
The cyber criminals are still at large.
It’s “destructive” and unprecedented
It looks like the software behind spy attacks in the EU.
Officials suspect Russian origins.
If you want to hack a web site, don’t bother cracking the security—just steal the IP address via a DNS registrar.
Corporations aren’t the only ones at risk of having sensitive information compromised.
Striking back at cyber criminals – so called “Strikeback” – carries serious risks that far outweigh the short-lived satisfaction of revenge.
As the world waits with bated breath to see if Pyongyang will make good on its nuclear threats, the hacker collective Anonymous has made its own move in the increasingly cyber conflict between North Korea and the world.