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Researcher hacks network connected devices in own home

Researcher hacks network connected devices in own home

In his own home, a researcher was able to hack various network connected devices that are not computers and mobile phones.

Study: Most higher ed malware infections attributed to 'Flashback'

Study: Most higher ed malware infections attributed to 'Flashback'

Flashback caused a stir in 2012 when some 650,000 Macs were infected with the malware.

Incapsula mitigates multi-vector DDoS attack lasting longer than a month

Incapsula mitigates multi-vector DDoS attack lasting longer than a month

Incapsula's scrubbing servers were able to filter out more than 50 petabits of malicious DDoS traffic aimed at a video game company for longer than a month.

Community Health Systems attackers exploited Heartbleed bug for access, firm says

Community Health Systems attackers exploited Heartbleed bug for access, firm says

Sources close to the breach investigation tipped off TrustedSec CEO David Kennedy.

AP denied security docs on HealthCare.gov, a risk to private information

AP denied security docs on HealthCare.gov, a risk to private information

The Associated Press was denied a request made under the Freedom of Information Act for documents that contain security information on HealthCare.gov.

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Hackers breach social network MeetMe

Hackers took advantage of a vulnerability and were able to access information on an undisclosed number of MeetMe users.

Professor hacks University Health Conway in demonstration for class

A computer science professor from the City College of San Francisco accessed a University Health Conway server containing patient data as part of a demonstration for a class.

Another breach involving Onsite Health Diagnostics, Kansas City hospital impacted

Children's Mercy Hospital is notifying more than 4,000 individuals that their information may have been compromised after an Onsite Health Diagnostics system was breached.

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