From what we read on the web, may seems that internet security is not a problem for many companies operating on the world wide web. Why? Because final users are the ones that really get problems, not the companies.
With a simple contract notes, important social networks and websites claim that in case of security issues or breaches, they are not responsible of your data, even if you pay for having an account.
So in this article I made a selection of just some of the latest problems and internet security issues caused by hackers and whatsoever. Read them all, and pay attention… don’t share important things on the web, keep them on a USB memory key and protect them with highest cryptography.
Everything that connects on web may be hacked… Read below!
Dropbox has had its share of security woes. One day, wayward code breaks authentication protocols. Another time, user logins get stolen from third-party sites. Now it’s a couple of researchers stretching their hacking muscles and proving they could lay waste to Dropbox’s security measures. For users, this may be genuinely alarming news.
Google’s primary search domain for Palestine has seemingly been hacked, with the standard Google search interface for the region being replaced by a political message from its hackers. From the information available so far, it doesn’t appear that Google’s own servers were hacked.
For the second time this month, the New York Times’ website has gone down. However, unlike the first outage on Aug. 14, which was blamed on server problems, the company said it believed today’s outage was a result of external “malicious attack.”
Over nine million adults in the UK have had their accounts hacked, with almost a fifth (18.3 per cent) of those questioned saying they have experienced attempts to break into one or more of their online accounts.
By tweaking the firmware on certain kinds of phones, a hacker could make it so other phones in the area are unable to receive incoming calls or SMS messages, according to research presented at the USENIX Security Symposium earlier this month.
Marc and Lauren Gilbert were terrified when they heard a strange voice calling out to their 2-year-old daughter Allyson, through a baby monitor in her room. The Texas family learned the hard way that almost anything connected to the Internet can get hacked.
These are just the latest problems in time, so keep attention on your things online, don’t put important things and documents on the web. Your life, your identity, your credit cards, your websites and your family are at complete risk.
And when something happens, you are alone in the dark.
Thanks so much and see you soon,
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