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|Archived Since:||February 3, 2010|
Can negotiating with ransomware operators result in a reduced fee?
An unnamed hacker took usernames, email addresses, and salted and hashed passwords.
The cyber-offensive unit has 'not yet developed a full suite of malware' to target the group's fighters.
Justice Dept. said it's "considering" its options in response to the appeal.
The project's entire board of directors has been replaced with fresh faces.
Su Bin stole confidential data belonging to US defense contractors for clients in China.
Drupal users should update their systems immediately.
Another tale from the "twisted and illogical" department...
Gone are the days when your iPhone acted as a security checkpoint.
A new strain of ransomware in the wild couldn't unlock your files if it tried.
Some of the critical flaws could lead to remote code execution on your PC.
But don't even think about going public.
An attacker can install malware on all affected systems.
The app doesn't always gain explicit permission when iPhone and iPad users sign up to the game with their Google account.
A portion of the 70 million phones shipped by Xiaomi last year are affected by the vulnerability.
Multiple servers were involved in the information leak.
The attack only takes a few hidden voice commands.
Users of torrenting who are downloading pirate material may be caught out by NBC Universal's new invention.
The optional "Secret Conversations" feature will make it more difficult to snoop on your messages.
One of the group's hackers made bizarre and unverifiable claims about how they accessed accounts.