Paris Attacks were Coordinated Via Unencrypted SMS

According to The Intercept, there are signs that point to unencrypted communications between the attackers from the Paris Attacks that happened in November 2015. Remember that on the evening of 13 November 2015, a series of coordinated terrorist attacks occurred in Paris, the capital of France, and

Driverless Cars are too dangerous because always follows the rules

  As it expected, humans are kind of terrible at that. Which is a real problem for driverless-cars. But an obstacle for researchers is the fact that driverless cars are engineered to always follow the law. As an effect, according to a recent report from Bloomberg, “driverless cars are now seeing

Anonymous replied after Trump asked stopping the Internet

Anonymous replied after Trump asked stopping the Internet and interdiction of Muslims in the US. Hackers have taken a stand. So, Donald Trump and the Islamic State have one thing in common now: Anonymous. Anonymous hacker group reacted after Donald Trump said he will talk to Bill Gates to

Let’s Encrypt vulnerability discovered in ACME

Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority that it’s free, automated and open. Currently in Public Beta, Let’s Encrypt is a new step forward for better security and privacy. Let’s Encrypt team wants HTTPS to become the default. Everyone can own free SSL certificates signed by Let’s

NetHack DevTeam announced the release of NetHack 3.6

NetHack is one of the all-time top 100 video games. That’s how the Time magazine named an article back in 2012. Today the NetHack devteam is happy to announce the release of NetHack 3.6. What is NetHack? According to wikipedia, “NetHack is a single-player roguelike video game

Hackers fool people who are trying to look for a job on the Internet

  Looking for a job on the Internet? How inventive hackers trick you to give them personal data. Increasingly more hackers use LinkedIn social network to launch attacks, according to a study by Symantec security company. BBC News transmits that were discovered dozens of fake accounts. Hackers pose as

CloudFlare websites load faster with HTTP/2

Starting from today, all CloudFlare websites are loading almost twice faster than before. Cloudflare enabled HTTP/2 for all accounts that enabled the SSL/TLS connections, even for the free customers. According to a CloudFlare blog post, “If you are a customer on the Free or Pro plan, there

Three Greek banks attacked by hackers, who demanded ransom in Bitcoin

More cyber attacks were committed on three Greek banks by hackers who demanded ransom in virtual currency Bitcoin to stop piracy, banking sources said Monday, quoted by Agerpres informs Reuters. According to these sources,  hackers were able to block all internet banking activity of three Greek creditors for

The Islamic State offers tips to prevent Anonymous hackers

The Islamic State has responded to all threats from Anonymous hackers group, started by distributing a list of tips which should be followed in order to avoid these hackers. But the list was intercepted by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalism in London, as reports The Independent. Twitter accounts

Anonymous has released a list with more than 9,000 ISIS members

  Anonymous has released a list with more than 9,000 ISIS members, asking Twitter to remove these accounts. In the announcement, they had asked the company to block them so they can not communicate or promote terrorism. Isis experts think such acts are helpful, but won’t stop the group.