Apex Legends suffered problems this weekend apparently tied to the older games.
Troy Hunt has two big announcements for Have I Been Pwned, as the site looks to help more people when it comes to cybersecurity.
It appears as if Super Admin access was more common among employees than anticipated leading to several missteps in Verkada’s security processes.
Three Trans-Atlantic arrests took place at the weekend following a Twitter hack in July.
Following its hack earlier this month, a deeper dive into Twitter and its internal workings continue to reveal several holes in its security measures.
As the investigation into last week’s Twitter hack continues, more details are surfacing as to how easy it was for user accounts to be accessed.
The DMs accessed include an official from the Netherlands.
We look at Microsoft’s new global skills initiative, the social engineering that led to a Twitter hack, and the impressive Ghost of Tsushima in this week’s africast.
Security researchers have suggested that 367 users transferred $120 000 to attackers following a Twitter hack this week.
Attackers targeted Twitter employees with access to internal systems and tools resulting in several accounts sharing a crypto scam.
The extent and damage done by the cyberattack is still being investigated.
Houseparty has seemingly had enough of claims its app is responsible for other services being compromised.
The UN could apparently have avoided the hack with a simple software patch.
The City of Joburg added that it has restored 80 percent of its systems following a breach last week.
Czech’s intelligence agency believes the attack came from China.
The settlement follows several data breaches that occured at Yahoo between 2012 and 2016.
It’s a new week for the africast and we have a weird combination of talking points.
According to Garmin, the attackers skimmed customer’s payment data as it was keyed into the shop.garmin.co.za website.