data leak

Using the data provided by website, we did a study on the publicly open NFS servers on the Internet and the result is quite interesting. We found that 10% of NFS servers in the world, which contains thousands of Terabytes of data, are open for everyone to access. Some of the servers we identified contain confidential data such as email backup, server logs and web source code of active websites [Read More]
by RSS Tien Phan  |  May 30, 2016  |  Filed in: Security Research
The White House acknowledged over the weekend that a breach of its unclassified email servers was worse than previously disclosed. It’s time for a change. Late last year, the White House acknowledged that it had detected a breach in the unclassified Executive Office of the President network. This weekend, sources close to the administration explained that the breach was "far more intrusive and worrisome than has been publicly acknowledged". Russian hackers apparently were able to read emails received from President Obama, both... [Read More]
by RSS Chris Dawson  |  Apr 28, 2015  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Game of Thrones was already the most pirated TV show of 2014. 2015 isn’t shaping up much better - but there’s a bigger security story here. Game of Thrones has its share of pirates, illicit traders, and thieves. They make their way across the Narrow Sea and elsewhere with temerity throughout the series. But the show, unlike the books, has a different sort of piracy problem. And a problem with leaks worse than a Braavosi cog. Season 4 of Game of Thrones was reportedly the most pirated television show of 2014 and one of the show’s... [Read More]
by RSS Chris Dawson  |  Apr 15, 2015  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
The Premera Blue Cross hack is a reminder of the treasure trove healthcare data represents to hackers. Bank account information. Physical addresses. Email addresses. Social Security numbers. Clinical information...All exposed in the latest healthcare cyberattack. This time the target was Premera Blue Cross, a Pacific Northwest health insurer, which reported Tuesday that up to 11 million patient records had been breached. According to Premera, the breach was discovered on January 29th, the same day that Anthem Blue Cross uncovered a breach... [Read More]
by RSS Ryan Witt  |  Mar 18, 2015  |  Filed in: Industry Trends