Two computer hackers pleaded guilty to developing an extort scheme that tangled Uber in a year long cover-up of a data breach that stolen sensitive information from approximately 57 million passengers and drivers of the ride-hailing service. The pleas entered Wednesday at the federal court of Brandon Charles Glover and Vasile Mereacre in San Jose,
For many years, we have covered various stories covering topics of malware, phishing, social engineering, cyber espionage and other cybercriminal activities that seem becoming endless. Anti-malware products and services came and went, some underwent mergers and acquisition by another antimalware company, while some announced “a new formula” for combating nasties in the Internet, but to
Humble Bundle, the digital storefront for video games is a blessing for indie game developers for at least 8 years now. The company which now operates as a subsidiary of Ziff Davis since October 2017, has been a strong force of distributing indie game titles that will otherwise are not visible to a typical gamer.
While we were all glued to the Kavanaugh Senate Hearings on Friday September 28, Facebook announced that 50M user accounts had been hacked. Right now, it’s not clear who was behind the attack, but even stranger is that we also don’t know who exactly has been affected by the security breach. As of 1:00PM ET