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The unnamed hacker took usernames, email addresses, and passwords.
Opinion: How secure is "secure enough"?
Micros was bought in 2014 as one of the largest point-of-sale terminal makers.
Big data holds enormous promise that it can help global organizations of all sizes to move faster and make better decisions. But, making it work demands something more than just good algorithms.
All versions of Android are vulnerable to this flaw, which won't be fully patched until the September security release next month.
The tokens that are used to make purchases can be easily stolen and used in other hardware to make fraudulent transactions.
But with a precedent already set, will hackers seek larger rewards from the feds?
A hacker will "always go for the weakest point," which in any network is usually the router. And it's no secret that routers are woefully insecure.
Four high-profile bugs have been found in the protocol, potentially placing 85 million websites at risk.
You can still access Tor even when governments and authorities put barriers in place.
The scheme will start up with a few select hackers before a larger rollout.
The media tycoon said in a government filing that an exchange of personal data for service is a "perfectly acceptable" business practice.
Almost 40 percent of enterprise players have been hit by ransomware in the last year -- and many of them had to stop trading as a result.
Were 15 million Iranian accounts truly placed at risk?
The small, cheap device can also be used to compromise point-of-sale (PoS) systems.
Over 105,000 internal documents were uploaded to a Google Drive.
The flaw, which allows a malicious website to extract user passwords, is made worse if a user is logged in with a Microsoft account.
Researchers will be awarded a total of $50,000 for vulnerabilities during the pilot stage.
It's simply not worth the risk, Ghostmail says -- but the enterprise market is fair game.
Researchers have once again proved they can take over your vehicle -- but this time, they can kill your brakes. [Updated]