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Cybersecurity
August 9, 2017

Chrome Extension Copyfish Gets Hacked

The third-party Chrome extension Copyfish recently got hacked. As a result, the hackers were able to inject malicious JavaScript code into the code base and use it to display ads on all the pages users who had the extension installed viewed. It took Copyfish’s developers a full day to realize…
Cybersecurity
June 29, 2017

Even Google Can Get Hacked

Google has a rock-solid reputation and an almost uncanny ability to ward off hacking efforts, but even they aren’t infallible. Even they can be hacked, as a recent incident involving Google News has demonstrated. In the early morning hours of June 12, the news service was temporarily overrun, and all…
Cybersecurity
June 26, 2017

Can Your Car Be Hacked Just With A USB Stick?

Jay Turla has been a very busy man since purchasing his new Mazda vehicle. He’s been spending time researching hacks to his car’s infotainment system, and as with most other “smart” products on the market today, he’s finding the system incredibly easy to break into. He’s not alone. In fact,…
Cybersecurity
May 29, 2017

E-Signature Company DocuSign Gets Hacked

DocuSign, the world’s leader in electronic signatures for official documents, played an unwitting role in a particularly nasty phishing attack. If you’re not familiar with the company, DocuSign is used by 12 of the top 15 US insurance companies, 12 of the top 15 US financial services companies and by…
Cybersecurity
May 5, 2017

GameStop Latest To Have Customer Information Hacked

If you shop at GameStop.com, keep an eye on the credit card you used for signs of suspicious activity. According to security researcher Brian Krebs, sources inside the financial industry are reporting that the company’s website was breached between September 2016 and February 2017. GameStop itself has confirmed that they’ve…