We’ve all heard of how hackers can disrupt an entire company’s operations through its cyber-attacks. We are also well aware how these cybercriminals steal our data for their end. We have even identified the methods they take and documented it as it happens.
However, we are always fascinated with the unusual and creative routes these hackers sometimes take and we are here to tell some of those stories.
Based on what we’ve heard, these are the 5 most funniest hacking stories worth telling:
An explosive piece of yumminess!
In 2011, an article on how to manufacture pipe bombs was replaced…
Hackers are adaptable, determined, stealthy in their exploits on the vulnerability of one’s network. They use sophisticated ways as hacks can be incredibly complex, but some hackers take the least complicated ones like attacking networks through phishing. And, sometimes, it’s just plain weird. Here are 5 examples!
Want free gas? Hack the Gas Station!
In 2019, 5 hackers were arrested by the French authorities as they hacked gas pumps with a special remote that unlocked a particular brand of pump installed at Total gas stations. These 5 hackers stole nearly 25,000 gallons of fuel from gas stations around Paris. Crazy!
A week has passed and it’s the busiest one! We know y’all don’t have time to gather all the cybersecurity news, that’s why we’re here. Your trusty cyber ninja got you covered!
With malwares continuously on the loose, we have gathered the most important news for you to be kept updated with the latest shocking happening over the past week.
Buckled for this week’s roundup? Let’s go!
A banking Trojan has been detected that exploits Pastebin, YouTube, and other platforms that are public in order to control compromised machines and spread.
According to a blog post by ESET, this Trojan…
Just had a busy week? No time for daily cybersecurity news? Don’t worry, your trusty cyber ninja is here to update you!
Over the past few days, we had some serious malware attacks on different trades and industries. We’ve gathered the most important news that would get you up to speed with the latest malwares to watch out for.
Ready for this week’s roundup? Let’s begin!
We’re back again for another roundup article of the happenings in the cybersecurity world! Over the past week, there have been some pretty important headliners worth revisiting. Especially if you can’t keep up with the latest trends and hottest news, our Ninja News staple is here for you!
This week, we have a social media giant facing a charge for privacy laws violation and some daunting warnings from the FBI as we enter the pre-holiday season.
All of this and more, so read along!
Microsoft Exchange was reported to have been exposed to a serious vulnerability: ProxyToken which allows access…
Yep, you read it right.
For a while, we’re setting legal and ethical boundaries aside as we drive home the point that cybercriminals can actually hire hackers to do illegal stuff! All the more reason the general populace should exercise vigilance and good cybersecurity hygiene.
Nonetheless, there are still those “white-hat” hackers who can provide ethical hacking services for you: exposing system vulnerabilities and conducting penetration tests.
What hack-jobs can you actually hire a hacker for? And how much would it (generally)cost? We will settle these two questions before the FBI can track us down!
In non-sugar coated terms, stalking…
We know how busy you’ve been for the past week. Fret not! Your trusty cyber ninja is here to keep you updated on the latest happenings in the world of cybersecurity. Sit back, relax, and read on as we give you all the important news you might have missed!
This week, we’ve got two ransomwares detected to have been plaguing the US financial organizations, a technology giant’s security feature revealed, and the epilogue of DeFi’s biggest hack!
All of this and more, coming right up!
This week’s geopolitical news centers on the United States as the Federal Bureau of Investigations…
Welcome to Cybersecurity 101 wherein we give you some pointers on how to spot a scam in the digital world. The prerequisites of this course are simple; a keen eye for details, and a tiny itty bitty common sense.
Before we delve into our syllabus, let us first crunch the numbers. If you think scams rarely happen because humans are the highest intellectual beings on the planet, think again! In Singapore alone, more than S$201 million was cheated in the top 10 scam types last year.
Well, we can just rationalize that the smartest being in the world is also…
We’re closing the week with yet another good read of the latest trends and hottest news in the busy world of cybersecurity! Don’t miss out on important updates by tuning in to your favorite info dicer, Ninja News!
This week, we have a leakage of confidential data of terrorists, a hacked telecommunication network giant, and an exposed scam on one of the most important social media for job hunters.
Curious? All of this and more as we give you our special mix of weekly cyber news roundup!
It’s a dull Thursday night and you receive an email telling you that you’ve won a trip to Paris, all expenses paid! Who cares if it’s from email@example.com, right? So long as the email has a reference number, complete promo details, and a scenic photo with glittery frame, you’re definitely clicking that big red button!
Everywhere on the internet, fraudulent schemes and rampant scams are just lurking, biding their time to rip you off. With the steady increase in phishing and social engineering cases nowadays, cybersecurity has become a big concern for both organizations and private individuals alike.