Misreporting the TalkTalk hacking Paid Members Public
Tom Morris does an excellent job of highlighting the flaws in the reporting of the TalkTalk hack [https://tommorris.org/posts/9396]: > What’s curious though is how the mainstream media have not really talked very much to security experts. Yesterday, I listened to the BBC Today programme—this clip
When the FT got hacked Paid Members Public
Disarming honesty – and useful experience [http://labs.ft.com/2013/05/a-sobering-day/] – from Andrew Betts at FT Labs: > About 10 days ago, the hacker or hackers calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) carried out a very targeted cyberattack against the FT. We’re not the first to be targeted
Twitter Hacked - passwords compromised Paid Members Public
Well, that was something to wake up to… Twitter has indeed been hacked, with 250,000 accounts exposed [http://thenextweb.com/twitter/2013/02/02/twitter-confirms-that-it-was-hacked-and-250000-users-may-have-been-compromised/] , mine amongst them. > This week, we detected unusual access patterns that led to us identifying unauthorized access attempts to Twitter user data. We discovered
The WordPress Attack, Competition and Blogging Innovation Paid Members Public
John Gruber mused [http://daringfireball.net/linked/2009/09/05/wordpress-attack] : > I have to wonder when WordPress users will start switching to some other platform. There’s a reason it’s not happening. They can’t. There are no good alternatives for a less technical user who wants to self-host.