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Thunderbolt flaw lets hackers steal your data in ‘five minutes’

Thunderbolt flaw lets hackers steal your data in ‘five minutes’

However, Ruytenberg’s attack method could get around even those settings by changing the firmware that controls the Thunderbolt port, allowing any device to access it. What’s more, the hack leaves no trace, so the user would never know their PC was altered. If you intend to use Thunderbolt connectivity, we strongly recommend to: Connect only…
Thunderbolt flaw lets hackers steal your data in ‘five minutes’ – Engadget

Thunderbolt flaw lets hackers steal your data in ‘five minutes’ – Engadget

However, Ruytenberg’s attack method could get around even those settings by changing the firmware that controls the Thunderbolt port, allowing any device to access it. What’s more, the hack leaves no trace, so the user would never know their PC was altered. If you intend to use Thunderbolt connectivity, we strongly recommend to: Connect only…
Hackers sell over 73 million stolen user records on the dark web – Engadget

Hackers sell over 73 million stolen user records on the dark web – Engadget

A string of data breaches is causing headaches for more than a few internet users. ZDNet has learned that the hacking group ShinyHunters is selling about 73.2 million user records the attackers say were stolen from numerous sites. About 30 million come from the dating app Zoosk, while 15 million are from the printing service…
Zoom tackles hackers with new security measures – BBC News

Zoom tackles hackers with new security measures – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Image caption Zoom is implementing new security measures to prevent people entering meetings Zoom is implementing new security measures as it battles to prevent hackers from "zoombombing" video calls. Trolls have been disrupting video conferences with offensive content, including racist and homophobic imagery. Those with free Zoom accounts must use a password…
Hackers Exploit Critical Flaw in Ghost Platform with Cryptojacking Attack – Threatpost

Hackers Exploit Critical Flaw in Ghost Platform with Cryptojacking Attack – Threatpost

Hackers targeted Ghost on Sunday, in a cryptocurrency mining attack that caused widespread outages. Hackers targeted the publishing platform Ghost over the weekend, launching a cryptojacking attack against its servers that led to widespread outages. The attack stemmed from the exploit of critical vulnerabilities in SaltStack, used in Ghost’s server management infrastructure. Ghost is a free,…
The Last of Us Part 2 leaked by hackers, reports say – Polygon

The Last of Us Part 2 leaked by hackers, reports say – Polygon

Unidentified hackers appear to have been responsible for the massive leak of The Last of Us Part 2 months ahead of the game’s release, according to multiple reports. Those hackers reportedly gained access to files relating to The Last of Us Part 2 by exploiting a vulnerability in previous games developed by Naughty Dog. In…
Hackers Plant Crypto Miners by Exploiting Flaw in Popular Server Framework Salt – CoinDesk – CoinDesk

Hackers Plant Crypto Miners by Exploiting Flaw in Popular Server Framework Salt – CoinDesk...

May 4, 2020 at 14:10 UTCUpdated May 4, 2020 at 14:26 UTCA hacking group has installed crypto mining malware into a company server through a weakness in Salt, a popular infrastructure tool used by the likes of IBM, LinkedIn and eBay.Blogging platform Ghost said Sunday an attacker had successfully infiltrated its Salt-based server infrastructure and…
Hackers Breach LineageOS, Ghost, DigiCert Servers Using SaltStack Vulnerability – Internet

Hackers Breach LineageOS, Ghost, DigiCert Servers Using SaltStack Vulnerability – Internet

Days after cybersecurity researchers sounded the alarm over two critical vulnerabilities in the SaltStack configuration framework, a hacking campaign has already begun exploiting the flaws to breach servers of LineageOS, Ghost, and DigiCert. Tracked as CVE-2020-11651 and CVE-2020-11652, the disclosed flaws could allow an adversary to execute arbitrary code on remote servers deployed in data…
Hackers Are Likely Responsible For The Last Of Us Part II Leak – Kotaku

Hackers Are Likely Responsible For The Last Of Us Part II Leak – Kotaku

The Last Of Us Part IIScreenshot: Naughty Dog/SonyLast weekend’s shocking leak of footage from The Last Of Us Part II was likely committed by hackers who exploited a security vulnerability in prior Naughty Dog games, according to a person who said they were familiar with the hack. Kotaku has confirmed some of the details with…
Hackers breach LineageOS servers via unpatched vulnerability – ZDNet

Hackers breach LineageOS servers via unpatched vulnerability – ZDNet

Hackers have gained access to the core infrastructure of LineageOS, a mobile operating system based on Android, used for smartphones, tablets, and set-top boxes.The intrusion took place last night, on Saturday, at around 8 pm (US Pacific coast), and was detected before the attackers could do any harm, the LineageOS team said in a statement…

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Why The Next MacBook Pro Update Needs Intel’s New Technology –...

Intel has announced an update to the 10th-generation Core processors. The tweaked H-Series ‘Comet Lake’ chips offer more speed and power to computers using the hardware. And Apple’s faithful are wondering when the new chips will arrive inside the MacBook Pro. From Intel’s press release: "…10th Gen Intel Core laptop processors deliver faster performance with…

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