Day: December 19, 2018

Cybersecurity and Privacy: 2018 Year in Review: Slideshow

…read more Source:: Threatpost

US Names, Sanctions Russian GRU Officials for 2016 Election Hacks

Treasury Department names and imposes economic sanctions on the alleged major players behind the Russian election-meddling operation, as well as the World Anti-Doping Agency breach. …read more Source:: DarkReading

How to Remotely Brick a Server

Researchers demonstrate the process of remotely bricking a server, which carries serious and irreversible consequences for businesses. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Turo’s ‘Carculator’ lets you see potential earnings from renting your ride – Roadshow

Of course, it all depends on how willing you are to part with your wheels, and how often. …read more Source:: CNet

What will you get with a Microsoft 365 consumer subscription?

After successfully rolling out its Windows-plus-Office bundle for enterprise customers, Microsoft is working on a consumer version. Here are my predictions on what that subscription will include. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Rigol MSO5000 Hacked, Features Unlocked

Rigol’s test gear has something of a history of being hacked. Years ago the DS1022C oscillocope was hacked to increase bandwidth, and more recently the DS1054Z was hacked to unlock licensed features. Now, it’s the MSO5000’s turn. Over on the EEVBlog forums a group has been working on hacking another Rigol, the MSO5000, a 70…

Attack Campaign Targets Financial Firms Via Old But Reliable Tricks

Among other tried-and-true cyberattack methods, the attackers hosted malware on the Google Cloud Storage service domain to mask their activity. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Hellboy movie trailer shows David Harbour with more humor, less horror – CNET

Hell, yeah! The first Hellboy trailer hits a day early. …read more Source:: CNet

Elon Musk gives a tour of The Boring Company’s test tunnel – CNET

In a Tesla, of course, Musk shows off what it’s like to ride inside the underground tunnel. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook’s terrible year just got worse: What you need to know – CNET

The social media giant is under fire for whether it does enough to safeguard user data. …read more Source:: CNet