TeamDrive is warning about the serious security risks being run by companies that ban document and file sharing services, such as Google Drive and Dropbox, without providing an encryption-based alternative.
36-year-old Florida resident Christopher Chaney has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and to pay $66,000 restitution for having hacked the email accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis and many other celebrities.
ExploitHub.com, the well-known online marketplace where one can buy exploit code for disclosed vulnerabilities, has confirmed that its web application server was compromised, but that no confidential or sensitive data was stolen during the attack.
Hacker collective Team GhostShell, which has recently specialized in massive data leaks, has done it again and made public 1.6 million account details allegedly stolen from over 30 websites.
Displeased with the International Atomic Energy Agency's statement that they breached only an "old server," anti-Israel hacker group "Parastoo" has published another pastebin to prove they have done more than that.
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