Huawei accuses US government of illegal actions against workers
The Chinese manufacturer Huawei has accused the American government of illegal actions against the company and its personnel. The accusations were made via Twitter.
In his tweets, Huawei responds to a recent article by The Wall Street Journal, claiming that the manufacturer is being investigated by ... Read more
Hackers steal data from 113,000 other hackers
A group of hackers has attacked a popular forum among a community of its rivals. Nearly 113,000 forum users - including email addresses, hacked passwords, IP addresses and private messages - were stolen.
This is the OGUser.com forum, knows IT Pro. That forum is popular among a community of cybercrim... Read more
Hacker steals 932 million user data in two months
A hacker named Gnosticplayers has managed to steal 932 million user data from 44 companies in just two months. The hacker already talked to ZDNet in February about wanting to sell the data of over a billion users, writes the website.
Since mid-February, the hacker has been posting series of hacked ... Read more
Smart car alarm makes stealing vehicle very easy
A smart car alarm should make it harder to steal a vehicle. However, a new study shows that in some cases, the underlying technology actually makes things easier. That is because of the way in which the apps that allow the user to unlock a car communicate with the vehicles.
This is the conclusion of... Read more
“Justice U.S. may be suing Huawei for stealing trade secrets.
Various telecom companies, including T-Mobile, are suing the Chinese company Huawei. It now appears that the U.S. Department of Justice is also conducting a criminal investigation into the company. In fact, the Ministry is about to sue Huawei for theft of trade secrets.
That's what the Wall Street ... Read more
Americans sue Chinese and Taiwanese companies for stealing trade secrets
The Department of Justice has today charged two companies - one from China and one from Taiwan - as well as three Taiwanese. They would have stolen trade secrets from an American semiconductor development and manufacturing company.
The American government claims that the Chinese government is violat... Read more
Australian woman arrested for robbery $450,000 in cryptic currency
An Australian woman was arrested after it turned out that she had stolen no less than 100,000 tokens of cryptovaluta ripple. The tokens had a combined value of almost half a million Australian dollars at the time they were stolen. The 23-year-old woman was arrested on Thursday morning.
The ZDNet is ... Read more
Crypt Currency bitcoin gold is removed from the Bittrex stock exchange after a dispute over hack.
Cybersecurity remains one thing, for all companies that are active. Young companies that have just started operating in the field of cryptographic currency are having an extra hard time. That's what we're seeing today. Bitcoin gold, which is a popular hard fork of the bitcoin, gets itself from the c... Read more