Ex-Lulzsec leader who has dodged sentencing earlier on multiple occasions has managed to pull it off one more time.
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.
Rivera is the second Lulzec member after Cody Andrew Kretsinger who has been sentenced for hacking Sony Pictures in 2011.
Facebook launched its bug bounty program back in 2011 and in two years has paid out over $1 million to over 300 security researchers.
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.
The annual awards celebrating the achievements and failures of security researchers and the community have announced the nominees for this year’s awards.
[Update 07/06/2013 13:00 GMT]: Parallels has issued a statement saying that the latest vulnerability so disclosed is a variant of an old vulnerability and that currently support version of Plesk viz. 9.5, 10.X and 11.X are not vulnerable.
KingCope, a hacker known for many concrete exploits, has published yet another zero-day through full disclosure mailing list – this time for Plesk, a hosting software package made by Parallels and used on thousands of servers across the web.
The Pirate Bay co-founder, Gottfrid Svartholm, has found himself surrounded by fresh charges of hacking into several companies including a bank alongside three other suspects.
With the increase in cyber attacks [read state sponsored cyber attacks] that take the form of cyberwarfare and not only damage IT infrastructure and nuclear power plants a number of issues – legal, ethical, moral have cropped up. To address these and a lot more issues, NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) has published a guide – the Tallinn Manual that aims to address the legal aspects of cyberwarfare.