Austrian Hotel Held Hostage by Electronic Hackers
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Israel indicts hacker linked to threats on US Jewish centers
Israel indicts 18-year-old American-Israeli for bomb threats against Jewish community centers in US
Man charged with making threatening calls to Jewish centers
An 18-year-old man with Israeli and U.S. citizenship has been formally charged with making threatening phone calls to Jewish community centers in the United States
Future of sports betting: the marketplace
There are no immediate plans for Patent No. 0125691. The description contains plain words like "computer," "real-time" and "online." Figure 2, an accompanying diagram , shows the system's entire process in an eight-step flow chart that ends with "determine payout of event." The patent application,
Tim Draper on 'Real Biz With Rebecca Jarvis'
Founding partner of venture capital firms Draper Associates and DFJ, Tim Draper, joins Rebecca Jarvis on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis.
Snowden Docs Support Claim NSA Cyberweapons Stolen, Report Says
Documents stolen from the National Security Agency by former contractor Edward Snowden support the claim that the cyberweapons apparently pilfered from the espionage agency and put up for auction online this week are the real deal, according to a report in The Intercept. The Intercept, whose
In 'Bizarre' NSA-Linked Hacking Saga, Some Exploits Prove Real
At least some of the hacking weapons possibly pilfered from an NSA-linked cyberoperation and exposed publicly earlier this week are real and include a zero-day exploit, according to two companies whose products were targeted. Cybersecurity companies Cisco and Fortinet announced online Wednesday
Hackers Claim to Hit NSA-Linked Super-Cyberespionage Group
A group of mysterious hackers recently claimed to have broken into the systems of another hacking group with suspected links to the National Security Agency, and the attackers are now attempting to auction off the cyber superweapons they said they found. Cybersecurity experts were abuzz Monday
7 Steps to Safer Passwords for All Your Online Accounts
Some passwords are funny. Some are pretty weird. Some can be a math problem. Many can be laughably easy to hack (I give you “dadada,”“qwerty,” “password” and ”123qwe” to name a few). But one thing is for sure -- they are never really 100 percent hack proof. Earlier this month, news broke that a