More Than Half Of The World's Internet Traffic Comes From Bots, Not Humans
According to a published report called Imperva Incapsula Bot Traffic Report, the world's internet traffic is not mainly caused by humans, but from bots.
iPhone Hacking Company's Sever Falls Victim To Cyberattack
Cellebrite, a phone hacking digital forensics firm, has itself fallen victim to hackers.
A Big Cyberattack Is Inevitable In 2017
According to security experts, in 2017 a big data breach is almost certain.
Did Chinese Military Hack Federal Insurance?
FBI investigates Chinese military hack targeting federal insurance.
Did Russia Hack US Presidential Election?
Russia has been accused for hacking the U.S. election, accusation that opens a new era in espionage.
What Consequences 1 Billion Yahoo Passwords Leak Can Have?
The latest Yahoo hack of 1 billion accounts could be much worse than you may think.
Who Hacked Russia's Financial System?
Russia claims a foreign spy service hacked its financial system.
Philips Hue Smart Lights Can Be Hacked By Using A Drone
According to a new study, a security flaw allows that drone could be used to hijack Phillips Hue smart lights.
NHTSA Issues Guidelines For Automakers To Improve On Cars Cybersecurity After The Recent Cyberattack
US is not taking any cyberattacks lightly. The NHTSA has just issued guidelines for automakers to prevent cars from cyberattacks.
Hackers Used New IoT Weapon For Friday's Internet Attack
According to internet security experts, hackers used a new IoT weapon to perform last Friday's internet attack at an unprecedented scale.
Expert Warns That Internet Could Be Taken Down
Internet security expert warns about the increasing danger that the internet could be taken down by rogue nations.
Obama admin created secret cyber hit list
Things just keep on getting worse for the U.S. government's secret cybersecurity programs. Apparently the President Barack Obama has ordered a cyber hit-list of sorts, allowing for an offensive cyberstrike both at home and abroad. This comes close on the heels of reports of a phone metadata program and another program allowing federal agencies access to customer data held by major tech firms.
Chinese Hackers Back On Attack Following U.S. Exposure
The Chinese hackers who were caught breaking into a variety of U.S. infrastructure and government agencies in February are at it again. Apparently publicly exposing their activity their activity isn't enough to dissuade China from state espionage.