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GoldLock says "We're Offering $250,000 in Pure Gold, Plus A Position At Our Company, To The First Person That Sends Us A True Transcript Of The Unencrypted Conversation Contained In This Source File."
Booz Allen Hamilton is coming clean about an alleged attack by hacker group Anonymous. Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
Federal and military websites are under fire from hackers, according to Richard Stiennon, host of the "Threat Chaos" blog. He told Federal News Radio what he thinks needs to be done to fix that problem.
The hacker intelligence initiative has unearthed evidence that dozens of sites are up for sale, including defense and federal sites.
A new report found that for 15 minutes in April a Chinese state controlled telecommunications company was able to hijack 15 percent of the world's internet traffic.
When a pilot program developed by the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics was put to a security test, it failed miserably.
Social engineering targets you in a cyber attack -- often with your help. The DorobekINSIDER's guests were Chris Hadnagy operations manager at Offensive Security; Jim O'Gorman, consultant at Continuum Worldwide; and Mati Aharoni, the founder of Offensive Security.
A study by SpiderLabs, a part of the data-security consulting company Trustwave, found 38 percent of last year's credit card hacking charges involved the hotel industry.
But is it legal? Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
The Montgomery County school system is investigating whether students hacked into the grading system.