The man responsible for hacking into over 50 celebrities email accounts, and also responsible for leaking Scarlett Johansson’s nude pictures on the web, has been arrested and admitted guilt.
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That’s really the million dollar question. This post aims to answer that question and provides some methods that will get you there.
BitCoin/Mt.Gox Hacked, DARPA Digital Firing Range & LulzSec – Let’s begin with Bitcoin and MTGox.
I’ve actually been holding off on posting this news since last week, but since Sony has come forth with more details it would seem now is a good time to bring it up. Long story short – The Sony Playstation network has been hacked.
The Guardian reported yesterday that security researchers Pete Warden and Alasdair Allan have discovered that iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad (3G enabled) keep an extensive log of you geographic location on the device, and once you sync with iTunes, also on your computer.
I’m an avid user myself of the cloud service known as Dropbox. I like being able to store things in the cloud that I can access from pretty much anywhere; regardless of what platform or operating system I’m using at that current moment in time.
While this isn’t directly related to Information Security it is still very concerning. Records containing names, ages, work numbers and personal history were found in dumpsters behind a strip mall and belonged to the Huntington Learning Center in East Northport, Long Island. So the school was contracting out record disposal to a 3rd party that […]
Chances are, when you open your web-browser, you do one of three things: 1. You open one of your bookmarked links 2. You use a search engine 3. You manually type an address in (facebook.com)
Typically for anyone who uses a computer, Google is the most well-known name when it comes to searching for what you want on the Internet. Many people don’t realize that modern-day hackers also heavily rely on the search results that Google provides them.