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Expert: Hackers Can Use Smart Devices To Mine Bitcoin
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Expert: Hackers Can Use Smart Devices To Mine Bitcoin

See Also RAOUL PAL: Bitcoin Is Worth $1,000,000 Hackers could be targeting Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at F-Secure, prophesied that appliances "Cryptocurrencies are interesting as they open up new opportunities [for hackers], like ... Business Insider, 1 month ago
Hackers Could be Targeting Toasters to Mine Bitcoins, Expert Warns International Business Times UK, 1 month ago
International Business Times India

Cyber Security Video: Living in a surveillance state Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer, F-Secure

What does privacy mean in the post-Snowden world? Who do you trust with your company data? Are politicians the right people to formulate data policy, without prior knowledge? Are we in danger of ushering in an electronic totalitarian state? Can we ...
 IP Expo Online2 months ago Brit, US Spies Behind Stuxnet Lookalike, Regin Malware?  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Regin Malware Likely Came From Western Intelligence Agency  E-Security Planet3 weeks ago What we know about 'Regin' spy malware  The Press NZ3 weeks ago

Before the Hashtag, There Was the Octothorpe

If you want to follow conversation threads relating to this show on social media—whether Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, Tumblr—you know to look for the hashtag: #99pi . In our current digital age, the hashtag identifies movements, events, ...
 Gizmodo2 days ago
World Bulletin

'We pay with our privacy' expert tells Turkish IT crowd

There are no free internet services or search engines; we pay with our privacy and data that we provide to internet companies, a cyber-security expert has told an Istanbul audience. Addressing a conference on cyber security in Turkey, Mikko ...
 World Bulletin1 week ago

NSA Spies on Wireless Carriers and Customers Around the World, Operation Auroragold Reveals

11:47 AM EST Revelations of the National Security Agency's (NSA) spying activities continue, with the latest from Edward Snowden involving the how much information the agency has obtained from wireless carriers around the world. (Photo : Flickr) ...
 Hngn.com2 weeks ago Operation Auroragold Allows NSA to Spy on Carriers Worldwide and Plant Bugs  Tech Times2 weeks ago NSA Operation Injecting Vulnerabilities Into GSM Networks Exposed  Lowyat.net2 weeks ago

U.S. National Security Agency faces new claims

- 09:42 AMT PanARMENIAN.Net - The National Security Agency has reportedly intercepted emails sent by employees of mobile operators in an attempt to find security weaknesses in their networks that it could exploit for surveillance purposes, ...
 PanARMENIAN Network2 weeks ago

How the NSA Hacks Cellphone Networks Worldwide

In March 2011, two weeks before the Western intervention in Libya, a secret message was delivered to the National Security Agency. An intelligence unit within the U.S. military's Africa Command needed help to hack into Libya's cellphone networks and ...
 Intercept2 weeks ago

U.S. and U.K. Spy Agencies Likely Source of Malware Attacks on EU, Russian and Saudi Computers

Cyberwarriors are at it again, this time with a malicious program called Regin that has infected computers in Russia, Saudi Arabia and other countries and is so complex that security experts say it probably came from the United States, Britain or ...
 AllGov3 weeks ago

British monitoring of Finnish internet communications seen as possible: expert

A leading Finnish expert on internet security on Thursday described as "amazing" the reports that British intelligence body GCHQ possibly has had access to all unscrambled internet communication in and out of Finland. Meanwhile, an official from the ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago

Regin is groundbreaking malware, says Symantec

Regin , a complex and stealthy piece of espionage malware, steals passwords, logs keystrokes and can read, write, move and copy files, among other malicious activity, and has stunned the Symantec researchers that detailed it in a report. "In the ...
 Computerworld Hong Kong3 weeks ago Regin: The super-spyware the security industry has been silent about  The Register3 weeks ago Regin is groundbreaking malware on par with Stuxnet, Symantec says  NetworkWorld3 weeks ago 'Stealthy' spyware program uncovered  BBC3 weeks ago
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