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Late Night Open Thread: Can We Blame Astrid Farnsworth?

Thirteen times, sheeple! (Reuters) – NASA said hackers broke into its computer systems 13 times last year, stealing employee credentials and gaining access to mission-critical projects in breaches that could compromise U.S. national security… He said they gained full system access, which allowed them to modify, copy, or delete sensitive files, create user accounts for [...]
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SQL Injection Hacker Attacks Are On The Rise. Here's How To Defend Your Servers

Technology : ReadWriteWeb (2 years ago)

Last week, a hacker group claimed that it breached computer systems at 100 major universities. Team GhostShell gained access to servers at Stanford, Harvard, and the University of Michigan, among others. The technique used, SQL inje... Read Post

The hackers are winning the media war

Technology : Post Tech (6 hours ago)

The hackers are winning. Something has shifted. This year, they didn't only steal credit cards numbers. They clear-cut through retailers records and broke into highly sophisticated systems. They stole celebrity photos that paparazzo... Read Post

NASA Admits to Severe Security Breaches

Technology : Shelly Palmer Digital Living (3 years ago)

NASA was hacked 13 times last year, resulting in major breaches of sensitive government data. Hackers working from Chinese IP addresses gained full access to NASA’s files, employee credentials and system logs. Unencrypted laptops we... Read Post


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