Dan Goodin

Ars Technica reporter. Signal number 650-440-4479. The world isn't run by weapons anymore or energy or money. It's run by little 1s and 0s, little bits of data.

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Two serious WordPress plugin vulnerabilities are being exploited in the wildars_ab.settitle(1479063);
March, 22 2019
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Critical flaw lets hackers control lifesaving devices implanted inside patients
March, 21 2019
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“Severe” ransomware attack cripples big aluminum producer
March, 19 2019
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Brace yourselves: New variant of Mirai takes aim at a new crop of IoT devicesars_ab.settitle(1475511);
March, 18 2019
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How a wireless keyboard lets hackers take full control of connected computersars_ab.settitle(1475021);
March, 16 2019
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Nasty WinRAR bug is being actively exploited to install hard-to-detect malware
March, 15 2019
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A new rash of highly covert card-skimming malware infects ecommerce sites
March, 14 2019
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Google Play apps with 150 million installs contain aggressive adware
March, 13 2019
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A world of hurt after GoDaddy, Apple, and Google misissue >1 million certificates
March, 12 2019
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3 men cop to $21 million vishing and smishing scheme
March, 11 2019
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Citrix says its network was breached by international criminalsars_ab.settitle(1471045);
March, 8 2019
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A “serious” Windows 0-day is being actively exploited in the wild
March, 8 2019
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Supermicro hardware weaknesses let researchers backdoor an IBM cloud server
February, 26 2019
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Millions of websites threatened by highly critical code-execution bug in Drupal
February, 22 2019
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Google Play apps with >10 million installs drain batteries, jack up data charges
February, 21 2019
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Nasty code-execution bug in WinRAR threatened millions of users for 14 years
February, 20 2019
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Hard-to-detect credential-theft malware has infected 1,200 and is still going
February, 20 2019
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Inside the DNSpionage hacks that hijack domains at an unprecedented scale
February, 18 2019
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Behold, the Facebook phishing scam that could dupe even vigilant users
February, 16 2019
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MalwareTech loses bid to suppress damning statements made after days of partying
February, 14 2019
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Microsoft patches 0-day vulnerabilities in IE and Exchange
February, 13 2019
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Hackers keep trying to get malicious Windows file onto MacOS
February, 11 2019
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Google Play caught hosting an app that steals users’ cryptocurrency
February, 9 2019
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Apple pushes fix for “FacePalm,” possibly its creepiest vulnerability ever
February, 7 2019
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LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice vulnerable to same bug; only one is fixed
February, 6 2019
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Fire (and lots of it): Berkeley researcher on the only way to fix cryptocurrency
February, 4 2019
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Digital exchange loses $137 million as founder takes passwords to the grave
February, 2 2019
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Google Play apps with >4.3 million downloads stole pics and pushed porn adsars_ab.settitle(1449979);
February, 1 2019
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Internet watchdog Citizen Lab targeted in comically inept undercover sting
January, 26 2019
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DHS: Multiple US gov domains hit in serious DNS hijacking wave
January, 25 2019
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Malvertisers target Mac users with steganographic code stashed in images
January, 24 2019
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If you installed PEAR PHP in the last 6 months, you may be infected
January, 23 2019
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GoDaddy weakness let bomb threat scammers hijack thousands of big-name domains
January, 23 2019
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Google Play malware used phones’ motion sensors to conceal itself
January, 18 2019
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Monster 773 million-record breach list contains plaintext passwords
January, 17 2019
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Eight months after discovery, unkillable LoJax rootkit campaign remains activears_ab.settitle(1441853);
January, 16 2019
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Nine defendants charged in SEC hacking scheme that netted $4.1 million
January, 15 2019
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A contest is offering $900,000 for hacks that exploit Teslasars_ab.settitle(1441123);
January, 15 2019
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New ransomware rakes in $4 million by adopting a “big game hunting” strategy
January, 12 2019
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A DNS hijacking wave is targeting companies at an almost unprecedented scale
January, 11 2019
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Facebook-executive swatting sends significant police response to his home
January, 10 2019
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Hot new trading site leaked oodles of user data, including login tokens
January, 9 2019
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Almost $500,000 in Ethereum Classic coin stolen by forking its blockchain
January, 8 2019
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Zeroday exploit prices are higher than ever, especially for iOS and messaging apps
January, 7 2019
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Four months after its debut, sneaky Mac malware went undetected by AV providers
December, 21 2018
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How 3ve’s BGP hijackers eluded the Internet—and made $29M
December, 21 2018
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Microsoft issues emergency update to fix critical IE flaw under active exploit
December, 20 2018
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Mass email hoax causes closures across the US and Canada
December, 14 2018
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Iranian phishers bypass 2fa protections offered by Yahoo Mail and Gmail
December, 13 2018
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Google+ bug exposes non-public profile data for 52 million users
December, 10 2018
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