Cybersecurity firm FireEye says ‘aggressive’ APT41 group working for Beijing is also hacking video games to make money A group of state-sponsored hackers in China ran activities for personal gain at the same time as undertaking spying operations for the Chinese government in 14 different countries, the cybersecurity firm FireEye has said. In a report […]Read More Chinese cyberhackers ‘blurring line between state power and crime’
By KATE CONGER With its number of ride-hailing passengers and trip fees growing, Lyft said its losses would not be as bad as it previously thought. Published: August 6, 2019 at 07:00PM from NYT Technology https://ift.tt/2YSDw6C via IFTTTRead More Lyft’s Losses Continue, but Company Says They Will Abate by KATE CONGER
In his Black Hat USA keynote, Square’s Dino Dai Zovi discussed lessons learned throughout his cybersecurity career and why culture trumps strategy. from Dark Reading: https://ift.tt/2MNi6FI via IFTTTRead More Black Hat 2019: Security Culture Is Everyone’s Culture
The algorithms that check for a user’s ‘liveness’ have blind spots that can lead to vulnerabilities. from Dark Reading: https://ift.tt/2YP6Y1i via IFTTTRead More Researchers Show Vulnerabilities in Facial Recognition
By REUTERS Online message board 8chan’s fortunes worsened on Tuesday, as it was once again made homeless by a technical services provider and its owner was called to testify to the U.S. Congress after 8chan was linked to a weekend mass shooting in El Paso, Texas. Published: August 6, 2019 at 07:00PM from NYT Technology […]Read More 8chan Owner Called Before Congress, as Latest Host Drops Site by REUTERS
Incessantly annoying and fraudulent robocalls. Corrupt wireless company employees taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to unlock and hijack mobile phone service. Wireless providers selling real-time customer location data, despite repeated promises to the contrary. A noticeable uptick in SIM-swapping attacks that lead to multi-million dollar cyberheists. If you are somehow under the […]Read More Who Owns Your Wireless Service? Crooks Do.
How Android Paved The Way For The Smartphone From today’s vantage point, it’s easy to view the ubiquity of the smartphone as preordained, but only an extremely optimistic tech seer would have predicted it when Google bought a startup called Android in 2005. August 7, 2019 at 05:36PM via Digg https://ift.tt/2YwRBLqRead More How Android Paved The Way For The Smartphone
A falta de dos meses hasta que los Google Pixel 3 cumplan un año, el grueso de los detalles y las especificaciones de los nuevos Pixel 4 han quedado al descubierto. Información exclusiva proveniente de 9to5Google ha dejado al descubierto algunas de las características clave de los nuevos teléfonos made by Google, que a menos […]Read More Características de los Pixel 4 filtradas: pantalla a 90 Hz, 6 GB de RAM, accesorio de cámara tipo DSLR y más