A day after it was revealed that the US and its allies hacked the infamous REvil ransomware gang, a competing gang published an anti-government rant on its website.
Sinclair is still struggling to go back to normal operations. Channels can’t air ads, employees had no email access for days, and there’s a lot of confusion.
A still unknown ransomware group hacked the controversial TV giant Sinclair, causing disruptions at several channels across the United States.
The company pushed out the new RICOCHET anti-cheat system to some users to test its reliability, which inevitably led to it getting into the hands of cheat developers.
A St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist found 100,000 Social Security numbers exposed in a government website, and reported the flaw to the government.
Former Twitch employees shared details of the hack the company suffered in 2014, and how the company's approach to security evolved after it.
A 26-year-old allegedly hacked into an app used by a flight school to manage airplanes in an attempt to get back at her former employer.
The company said it blocked an unusually high number of phishing emails from the hacking group known as APT28 or Fancy Bear.
The leak of source code and some internal security files does not expose sensitive data, according to a former Twitch employee.
The leaked data includes source code, internal tools, and the financial data of streamers.
Some people believe the hourslong outage may be linked to a supposed data breach that is, most likely, actually a scam.