News broke yesterday evening that Pizza Hut customers are reporting fraudulent activity on their cards, after the pizza giant reported a card breach. The company have suggested only a few accounts were breached, but users are suggested they were not informed until two weeks after.
News broke yesterday that every Wi-Fi connection is potentially vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on internet traffic. The vulnerability is the first to be found in the modern encryption techniques that have been used to secure Wi-Fi networks for the last 14 years. In theory, it allows an attacker within range of a Wi-Fi network to inject computer viruses into internet networks, and read communications like passwords, credit card numbers and photos sent over the internet.
News broke yesterday that in the wake of the massive hack of Equifax, U.S. banks are leveling up their anti-fraud game in response to the fact that 143 million Americans have now had their official data stolen. That is about half of the population of the U.S. — and the vast majority of the adult population.
Security researchers have revealed that all Wi-Fi connections are potentially vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on internet traffic. The vulnerability, dubbed “Krack”, has been described as a “fundamental flaw” in wireless security techniques by experts. Apple, Android and Windows software are all susceptible to some version of the vulnerability, which is not fixed by changing Wi-Fi passwords.
Pizza Hut has suffered a data breach, and a hacker has stolen payment card details, the company admitted on Saturday in an email sent to affected customers. According to the email, shared on social media by some recipients, affected customers placed orders on the company’s mobile app or website between the morning of October 1 and midday on October 2.
It has been reported that our home networks may be vulnerable to attack by hackers, thanks to a ‘severe’ security flaw. Computer security experts are on high alert after it emerged encryption algorithms designed to protect people’s privacy online have been cracked.
NASA Pinpoints Cause of Earth’s Recent Record Carbon Dioxide Spike
A new NASA study provides space-based evidence that Earth’s tropical regions were the cause of the largest annual increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration seen in at least 2,000 years.
ITU’s Telecommunication Development Sector marks its 25th Anniversary
Anniversary highlights achievements and reflects on the future of the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D)
Buenos Aires, 11 October 2017 – The celebration of the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector’s 25th Anniversary were held on 11 October in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the framework of the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC-17). This marked two and a half decades of the sector’s immense contribution to the rapid growth and expansion of telecommunication and information and communication technology (ICT) networks and services.