Today, Google announced that it is taking steps to add further protection from unverified and malicious apps. After an advanced phishing worm hit Google Drive users in May, the company made a commitment to help protect it’s users from
Innovation at Imperva Director, Elad Erez, creates free software to find ransomware vulnerabilities and reveals alarming number of exposed hosts. After the global outbreak of WannaCry and the renamed NotPetya ransomware, one would expect to find only a few brave
A particularly violent outbreak of ransomware being called “GoldenEye/Petya” is disrupting networks across Europe with the Ukraine being the worst hit so far. According to Bitdefender Labs: “Bitdefender has identified a massive ransomware campaign that is currently unfolding worldwide. Preliminary information
Larson studios has just broken their silence on being hacked and extorted earlier this year. Most people heard of Netflix being hacked and episodes of the popular show Orange Is The New Black being leaked, however with Larson Studios opening
The BBC is reporting a new worldwide ransomware attack is currently underway. Victims have thusfar been in reported at least 74 different countries. The UK’s National Health Services, Spain’s largest telecom provider, Telefónica, and FedEx have all reported being hit
Yahoo has confirmed that around 500 million accounts were stolen in a 2014 security breach. Stolen account information includes: Names Addresses Hashed passwords Dates of birth And possibly security questions and answers The company is working with law enforcement in
Google recently added official support for non-Latin and accented characters in Gmail. While this is obviously great for users of non-Latin languages (Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, etc), it’s a plus for the rest of us in the English-speaking world as well.