New Amazon email scam

Amazon customers are the latest victims of an email scam, warns Get Safe Online. Fraudsters claiming to be from Amazon have sent out thousands of emails to consumers, telling them that there is a ‘problem’ with their order. To resolve the alleged issue, the email asks customers to confirm ‘certain information’ by clicking on a … More New Amazon email scam

Hacking wireless mice: If it controls something, it can be abused

A cybersecurity company called Bastille, from San Francisco has been doing some experimenting with hacking wireless mice and uncovered a flaw they say leaves millions of networks and billions of computers vulnerable to attack. It turns out that wireless mice from companies like HP, Lenovo, Amazon and Dell use unencrypted signals to communicate with computers. … More Hacking wireless mice: If it controls something, it can be abused

Tech giants ‘to boost encryption services’

Some of the most prominent names in tech are pursuing the development of much tougher encryption technologies, it has been revealed. According to the Guardian, Google, Facebook and Snapchat are reportedly bolstering their respective encryption services, which they have been doing for some time now. The newspaper said that these security initiatives preempt the latest … More Tech giants ‘to boost encryption services’

Amazon, Xbox Live, PSN and more: Hackers leak 13,000 passwords

13,000 login details including payment card numbers an expiry dates have leaked from online services including Amazon, Xbox Live, Playstation Network and more, according to Tech Crunch. The hackers posted a document with details of username and passwords, along with some credit card numbers and expiry dates to Ghostbin – a text storage website. Websites affected … More Amazon, Xbox Live, PSN and more: Hackers leak 13,000 passwords