Rihanna falls prey to hackers. A nude photo of her was posted

  A few days after the scandal about the publication of nude photos which was stolen from phones of celebrities, another big name victim of hackers. According to The Telegraph, it is the singer Rihanna, whose nude photo was posted on the Internet on the night of Sunday to Monday. According

Tricked by email. Ukrainian government officials have been spied on by hackers which have been used a Windows vulnerability

  Hackers have used this summer an error of the Microsoft Windows operating system to spy Ukrainian officials and American academics. This is the conclusion of an investigation of an American company in the field of cybersecurity, reports the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). According to the publication,

12 russian hackers broke 1.2 billion private accounts. Websites still vulnerable

  Hackers have obtained user names and access codes on about 420,000 Internet sites, from large companies to smaller websites, reports the New York Times. Publication has obtained this information from researchers of Hold Security computer security company.  According to them, hackers were able to gain access

iCloud has been hacked again. Important meeting between Apple and deputy head of China

  Alert for users that have accounts on iCloud, Apple is trying to fix urgent situation. The general manager of Apple, Tim Cook, met in Beijing with Vice Ma Kai, to talk about the protection of users, two days after the appearance of information relating to an attack

The POODLE bug, SSL v3 vulnerability

Google discovered a new OpenSSL vulnerability and described it on it’s online security blog. This SSL bug is called POODLE (Padding Oracle On downgraded Legacy Encryption). The Poodle attack will allow hackers to steal your browser’s “secure” HTTP cookies and other bearer tokens such as HTTPS Authorization

Microsoft is preparing a smart watch with a battery better than competitors

New gadgets come on the market, which is at the beginning, but enjoys the presence of big names such as Samsung or Apple. Microsoft, the largest software maker in the world, will release a smart watch over several weeks, thus entering on a market where it will compete with Samsung

Ultra-fast battery that will end a nightmare: Loading in 2 minutes and can last 20 years

  Researchers are close to finishing a new type of battery more efficient. Batteries lead our life. They’re everywhere, from TV remote to phone or electric car batteries. Along with them came the nightmare of running out of battery when you need more. A battery wich charge faster

Google warns: Espionage of the USA risks “breaking the internet”

Cyber espionage practiced by the United States is a threat that could lead to “breaking the internet” warns Supervisory Board Chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt. “The impact is serious and is getting worse,” said he. “The result of the simplest scenario is that we get to break the

Tyupkin backdoor is used in Eastern Europe for stealing money from ATM

Until now, bank’s clients risked to remain without money on their accounts after their cards were cloned with skimmers installed on ATMs. In other cases, hackers intercepted their authentication credentials using online tools and techniques. Interpol and Kaspersky announced that they discovered a network of criminals who

FBI: Companies from USA spends tens of billions annually against Chinese cyber espionage

Aggressive cyber war carried by China against the United States causing each year  losses worth billions of dollars to American companies, said FBI Director James Comey AFP reports. According to federal police chief, the vast majority of American companies have been targeted by this type of activities.