The arrest comes after hackers hijacked some of the most high profile accounts on the social network by leveraging an internal Twitter tool.
Wednesday's massive Twitter hack wasn't the first time the platform has grappled with cryptocurrency scams or compromised verified accounts. Far from it.
The Twitter accounts for Biden, Uber, Elon Musk, Mike Bloomberg, and more, all solicited bitcoins from their followers on Wednesday.
A Chinese VC firm and an Israeli startup had the money stolen right out from under their noses thanks to spoofed emails and bogus domains.
By exposing a vulnerability in forum software, a hacker accessed 250,000 user details—including information that could identify individuals.
"hey you, don't look at a digital screen all day, theres a world out there that you're missing out on."
The gig economy delivery service says the hackers stole email address, phone numbers, driver's licenses, and more.
Researches at Skylight Cyber found a vulnerability in OnApp's cloud computing management platform that could potentially have given attackers root access to thousands of servers.
As Slack prepares to go public, the company is warning potential investors that it's a target for malicious attacks from “sophisticated organized crime, nation-state, and nation-state supported actors,” according to an SEC filing published today.
Researchers discovered a since-patched vulnerability in an app pre-installed on smartphones made by Xiaomi.