Adding to its long list of hacked and hijacked accounts, the Syrian Electronic Army has managed to gain access to ShareThis.com’s account on GoDaddy.
The hacker, allegedly from Mauritius, claims to have the entire database of Twitter users.
German developer unplugs Crytek.com, Crydev.net, Mycryengine.com and MyCrysis.com: says account information may have been accessed.
After a massive security breach that exposed usernames, passwords and emails of over 1.8 million users the Ubuntu forums are back up and running since Tuesday.
Researchers have developed ‘mathematical jigsaw puzzle’ to encrypt software and prevent anyone from reverse engineering the code and gaining access to the internals of the software.
The annual awards celebrating the achievements and failures of security researchers and the community have announced the nominees for this year’s awards.
Syrian Electronic Army adds one more name to its list of hacked twitter accounts – this one belonging to a high-profile profile news and data company.
Just days after Nintendo witnessed a barrage of illicit login attempts, Konami, another game maker based out of Japan, has revealed that its websites have been hit by a flood of unauthorized login attempts – nearly 4 million.
Nintendo has revealed that it has detected illicit logins in nearly 24,000 accounts on one of the main fan sites in Japan ‘Club Nintendo’ and account details such as real names, addresses, emails and phone numbers may have been accessed.
Blizzard has posted an online warning on its official World of Warcarft website stating that they have noticed unauthorized account logins through their website as well as the WoW mobile armory app and as a precaution shut off auction house access temporarily.