Chinese hackers allegedly broke into the New York Times network and made off with the passwords of every employee. This was revealed in a report published by the Times this week. On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal came forward and announced that it had also been hacked. The latter is currently working with authorities and security specialists to clean up its systems.
A hacker claims to have cracked Microsoft's system that prevents unsigned desktop apps from running on its Windows RT tablet platform. Identified only by the name "clrokr" on Twitter, the hacker says he exploited a vulnerability that was in the Windows kernel "for some time," according to a new blog post that outlined the technical details behind the hack.
A former network engineer for fashion boutique Gucci decided to get back at his ex-employer after being dismissed (over an unrelated matter): A month after he left, Sam Chihlung Yin was accused of
It's well known that ordinary personal and business computer systems are vulnerable to hacking, but computers used to managing industrial machinery could also be at risk. Software was published just