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To reach the uranium enrichment plant at Natanz, Stuxnet's creators likely targeted Iranian companies tied to it, researchers said
Fifteen of them are critical and can result in remote code execution
Some developers build services that trick users of Snapchat and compromise their accounts, the company said.
The groups aren't able to defense themselves as well as large organizations, according to The Citizen Lab
After a suspended Kickstarter campaign, the anonymizing router returns with promises of a fresh design and better security. But the new story doesn't quite add up.
EMET 5.1 fixes incompatibilities detected between certain mitigations and popular software programs
Few organzations have the sort of real-time insight that allows them to deal with rising security threats
Attackers can replace legitimate apps with fake ones that access and steal personal information
Data breach affects names, Social Security numbers and other information of 800,000 employees, USPS says
The prototype real time social media monitor will only look at publicly available data though, according to the plans
The group infects the network access Web portals used by hotels and business centers to target specific guests
The project doesn't have funding as yet to improve the security of hidden websites
Anything that's connected to the Web can be hacked, especially if you leave the default password in place. Insecam claims to exploit this, allowing access to thousands of webcams.