Hackers move Russian Ruble-Dollar rate

Details are emerging that hackers have used malware to move the Ruble-Dollar rate by 15 percent in mere minutes. This isn’t the first time which the cyber world and physical…

Google to take on unwanted, fake download buttons and ads

Google, creators of the popular web browser ‘Chrome’ have announced plans to begin to tackle one of the more common issues on the internet – the fake download button. In…

eBay bug allows hackers to distribute malware and phishing campaigns

Popular auction website ‘eBay’ has been found to contain a bug within listings, allowing attackers to embed potentially malicious Javascript code. Security researchers over at Check Point have discovered the…

HSBC online banking attacked

HSBC is apologising to customers who are trying to access its online services after a attack was launched against the site. HSBC said that it has ‘successfully defended’ against the…

Java plug-in death announced

Today heralded good news for the common internet user’s security as Oracle, developers of the Java plug-in, finally announced the end of the plug-in. The Java plugin was released in…

Lenovo caught protecting security with the password ‘12345678’

Lenovo, the owner of what was IBM’s personal computer business and the current creators of the professional legend “ThinkPad” have been caught up in a storm over the last year…