US nuclear reactor safety regulators hacked three times in three years http://bit.ly/YAZIDn
The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has hacked three separate times in the last three years, with at least two of the attacks believed to have been perpetrated by overseas hackers. Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Dropbox beefs up security of shared links – for business users at least http://bit.ly/1w9lflx
Dropbox introduces new features to better protected shared links on the service, but is it enough to convince your company to embrace the popular file-syncing app? Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
Chrome web browser toughens up, blocking “deceptive” downloads http://bit.ly/1oYDznJ
Google says Chrome will display a warning if it identifies a download that might be planning to mess with your browsing experience - such as changing your homepage without permission, or meddling with your browser settings. Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Ex-Times journalist escapes trial over alleged NightJack email hack http://bit.ly/1vdrbWg
Former Times journalist Patrick Foster will not be tried over allegations that he hacked into the email account of the anonymous police blogger, NightJack. Other journalists would be unwise to see this as a green light for email hacking.
SuperValu shoppers at risk after hackers steal credit card details – and other stores affected too http://bit.ly/1yRUaPG
Customers who have used their credit cards at US supermarket chains are being warned to check their bank balances, after it was discovered that criminals had hacked their way into networks and potentially accessed shoppers’ private data. Read more in my article on the Optimal Security blog.
4.5 million patients put at risk after Community Health Systems hacked http://bit.ly/1pFkoEq
U.S. hospital operator Community Health Systems has revealed that hackers have broken into its computer network, and stolen the personal data of some 4.5 million patients, including their names and addresses. Learn more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
Some Windows 7 PCs bricked by Microsoft after faulty Patch Tuesday update http://bit.ly/1pyOpp7
Has your Windows computer been stuck in an endless Blue Screen of Death hell since last week? Chances are it may be connected to the Patch Tuesday updates that Microsoft issued last week. Read my article on the Hot for Security blog.
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