An incredible scenario that actually happened: remote-controlled toothbrushes participated in a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack to simultaneously access and disable the website of a company in Switzerland, reports
The ALPHV/BlackCat hacktivist group claims to have “liberated” its own darknet website – just hours after the FBI boasted it had taken it down. The world of ransomware
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In 2004, Dr. Hwang Woo Suk became famous for his breakthrough discovery of cloned human embryos, and his work was published in the prestigious journal Science. But the
The anonymity of customers of nine cryptocurrency exchanges in Russia has been breached, and private user data has been in the public domain for more than two months.
Tesla is recalling more than 2 million vehicles in the US to install new precautions in its Autopilot driver assistance system, after a federal safety regulator cited safety
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Unknown governments are spying on smartphone users through their apps’ push notifications, a U.S. senator warned Wednesday. In a letter sent to the Justice Department, Sen. Ron Wyden