Infosec

McDonald's 'free internet service' worldwide vulnerability

McDonald’s corporation serves around 68 million customers daily in 119 countries, all of their locations are armed with an access point which allows you to enjoy their free internet connection. On the website of McDonald’s you can see that they use no type of security to secure their customers from cybercriminals. So what does this mean for you?

U.S. Airways Accidentally Tweets P**N Image

The American airline U.S. Airways has accidentally tweeted a pornographic picture.

Improving Organisational Resiliance To APT Attacks

The term Advanced Persistent Threats ( APT) is commonly used in reference to the cyber threat&nbs

MUST READ: 100 computer security tips

If you want to use your computer safely, you must take a look at these 100 computer security tips that will provide you insight on how you can work on a computer on a cyber secured way. If you are working with a computer then you will need to be aware of a wide area of topics. The topics were used when building the massive computer security list. 

Tunisian Hackers To U.S. Call back Army from Muhammad Lands

Tunisian Hackers Team members announce in a Youtube video a new campaign against the United State

Tunisian Hackers Announce Campaign Against The United States

Tunisian Hackers Team members announce in a Youtube video a new campaign against the United State

Advisory on OpenSSL Vulnerability in Heartbeat protocol

A vulnerability has been found in the heartbeat protocol implementation of TLS (Transport Layer S

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Warns Danger of Heartbleed Bug

The US government has warned in a public advisory dangers of Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL  and&

Heartbleed: Private keys can be read easily

The Heartbleed bug is more serious than originally thought.

Chinese Cyber Spionage in German Aerospace Center

Foreign intelligence service spied on German Aerospace Center for months spokesman confirmed to n

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