1-15 August 2015 Cyber Attacks Timeline

It’s time to publish the first timeline of August. ... Read More

Has The European Central Bank Really Been Hacked? Yes! One Year Ago!

Last week I stumbled upon several posts (which some keep on sharing) about a mysterious cyber attack against the European Central Bank, allegedly notified on July, the 24th, 2014. All these sources, which I prefer not to report for courtesy reasons (but you can find them pretty easily), have in common an (old) statement from the European institution itself. Few lines that provide some additional scant details about the phantom cyber attack and also outline an extortion attempt:... Read More

16-31 July 2015 Cyber Attacks Timeline

The dog days are finally here, and the second timeline of July could not miss the appointment (first part here).... Read More

Researchers Show How to Remotely Hack a Jeep

You are driving your Cherokee Jeep like you normally do, you tune the radio on your favorite station, and you suddenly realize there is something completely wrong. The car does not follow your orders anymore: the radio tuner ignores your settings and chooses the radio station on its own, the windshield wipers turn on and, even worse, the car decides autonomously when steering, accelerating or braking.... Read More

1-15 July 2015 Cyber Attacks Timeline

This first half of July will be long remembered for the Infosec Professionals: undoubtedly the dramatic Hacking Team leak has characterized this fortnight and has written one of the most controversial pages of the Infosec Annals.  Security researchers and activists are still digging into the trove of documents (and 0-days) siphoned from the Italian company, and this story, that is unveiling new details every day, is far from being completed.... Read More

16-30 June 2015 Cyber Attacks Timeline

Great news! With this article, I have decided to change the timeline, moving from a static infographic-style format, to a tabular format, which allows to sort, filter and search for specific items inside the timeline.... Read More

Plex Forum Compromised (Change your Password Now!)

If you are a user of Plex, you’d better change your password now. On Tuesday the developers of the Popular Media Server have sent out an email notification reporting that the sever hosting the forums and the blog has been compromised, and consequently all the users are required to change their password.... Read More

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