Monday, September 27


ciberseguridad, hackeo, Noticias, T-Mobile, Telefonía celular, Tendencias

Hacking T-Mobile affects more than 47 million users | Digital Trends Spanish

In the United States, the communications company T-Mobile reported a security problem in which hackers they stole information from more than 47 million users that were in their databases. The cyber attack occurred on an unspecified date and T-Mobile claimed, through a statement, that the stolen data did indeed include users' personal information. Despite this, the preliminary investigation found no evidence that credit cards or payment information were compromised. However, information on more than 850,000 T-Mobile prepaid users, such as people's names, phone numbers, and security PINs, was leaked. The company has already taken action and has reset all PINs, and recommends that its postpaid or contract customers change these codes as a preventive measure. T-Mobile indicates that as so...
ciberseguridad, Computación, filtración, Microsoft, Noticias, windows, Windows 10, windows xp

Windows XP source code would have leaked online | Digital Trends Spanish

Several 4chan users assured that the source code of Windows XP would have been leaked yesterday in the forum. Subsequently, a Reddit user uploaded the code to a torrent file, causing the leak to spread rapidly. Some developers have announced that the code appears to be real. According to what they have pointed out, the download of the file weighs 42GB, which would not correspond only to the code, since it also includes other filtered files such as Xbox, Windows CE, Windows NT 4, among others. The Windows XP code takes up 2.36GB of a compressed file that has also been independently uploaded to MEGA. Although the news of the leak has been celebrated among the groups of hackers and developers, since it would allow us to study and learn more about Windows, it poses a serio...
ciberseguridad, Computación, Hackers, Noticias, Seguridad infomática, Tendencias

Hackers Stalk Donald Trump’s Campaign Platforms | Digital Trends Spanish

A "digital assault" of magnitude on the digital platforms of campaign for the re-election of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, could be preparing cybercriminals. That is the conviction reached by the analysts of the firm specialized in cybersecurity Cloudflare, which was hired by the president to avoid a cyber boycott linked to the process that ends on November 3, 2020. According to the emails you accessed Reuters, the company has warned that "hackers have intensified their efforts to take offline" the digital resources of the Democratic Party letter. The agency recalled that the pro-government command's forecasts, which seek to avoid a denial of service (DDoS) attack, are part of an electoral process "overshadowed by warnings about piracy, misinformatio...
Autos, ciberseguridad, Computación, Elon Musk, FBI, Hackers, Malware, Noticias, piratas informáticos, Tesla

A Russian hacker tried to attack Tesla’s cybersecurity | Digital Trends Spanish

A Russian hacker would have tried to attack the computer networks of the American company Tesla, according to a report delivered by the FBI, reported Digital trends. The fact was confirmed on Twitter by the CEO of the company, Elon Musk, who described the frustrated plot as a "serious attack." According to the site TeslaratiOn Tuesday, August 25, the United States Department of Justice announced the arrest of Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov, a Russian citizen accused of trying to introduce malware to compromise the company's networks. Much appreciated. This was a serious attack. & mdash; Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 27, 2020 In July, the now detainee allegedly tried to bribe a Russian-speaking worker at the Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada to help him introduce ransomware on se...
ciberseguridad, Computación, Noticias, seguridad informatica, Tendencias

Expert reveals the safest voting method | Digital Trends Spanish

As never before, the fear of foreign intervention is latent in the US presidential elections, in which Donald Trump seeks his second consecutive term. This is how computer analyst Dmitri Alperovitch put it: "My greatest concern as a cybersecurity expert is, of course, the ability to hack into our electoral systems, both from the side of influence and from the perspective of voting." The also co-founder of CrowdStrike manifested in the program CBS's Face the Nation that an election is the “hardest thing to secure” when it comes to cybersecurity. “The only way we know how to do it well and safely is by using paper, whether by voting by mail or doing it in person, with a paper record, which can either be produced by machine or by hand. Those are the safest ways ”, he expl...
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US offers millionaire reward for data on hackers | Digital Trends Spanish

A prize of up to $ 10 million was offered by the United States for information on computer criminals boycotting the election. The announcement came from nothing more and nothing less than Department of State, specifically from the Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program, which depends on the Diplomatic Security Service. The offer is for any background that "leads to the identification or location of any person working with or for a foreign government." The reward is not limited to the November 2020 presidential election, but to any interference in any federal, state or local process. The incentive seeks to avoid violations of section 1030 of title 18 of the United States Code, which punishes bad practices on the internet. Negative Space / Pexels "Individuals involved in certa...