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'Cryptojacking' Attacks on Financial Firms Surged in First Half
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'Cryptojacking' Attacks on Financial Firms Surged in First Half

The number of "cryptojacking" attacks on financial companies jumped 30% to 66.7 million during the first half of 2022 compared with the same period last year.

Cyber Pirates Prowling Ship Controls Threaten Another Big Shock
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Cyber Pirates Prowling Ship Controls Threaten Another Big Shock

Global trade is threatened by the ability of cyber pirates to hack technologies that control container ships' steering, propulsion, navigation, and other operations...

FDA Warns DNA Sequencing Machines Could Be Hacked
From ACM TechNews

FDA Warns DNA Sequencing Machines Could Be Hacked

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned that certain Illumina DNA-sequencing machines have a software vulnerability that could jeopardize patient data.

Apple and Meta Gave User Data to Hackers Who Used Forged Legal Requests
From ACM News

Apple and Meta Gave User Data to Hackers Who Used Forged Legal Requests

Data was used to enable harassment, may aid financial fraud.

Cyber War Talks Heat Up at U.N. With Russia at Table
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Cyber War Talks Heat Up at U.N. With Russia at Table

Group is trying to define what is acceptable in cyberspace.

Waymo Says Driver Had Control of SUV That Hit a Pedestrian
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Waymo Says Driver Had Control of SUV That Hit a Pedestrian

California's Department of Motor Vehicles said Thursday that it has been contacted by Waymo and that the company will file a crash report within 10 days, as required...

Homeland Security Offers Hackers a Bounty to Find Bugs
From ACM News

Homeland Security Offers Hackers a Bounty to Find Bugs

Such programs pay hackers to find vulnerabilities in networks
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