A Destiny 2 Twitch streamer hacking lawsuit can go forward, a court has determined, after the player allegedly showed themselves using hacks and circumventing account bans in the FPS game while streaming on the popular Amazon-owned platform. Although the judge in the Washington court ruled Bungie hadn’t met the criteria for some counts and granted an opportunity for the Destiny 2 developer to amend its complaint, it agreed that the defendant, who was a minor at the time they allegedly committed the offences, failed to raise adequate defences against many of Bungie’s claims that would warrant the defendant’s Motion to Dismiss.
In July 2020, one of the biggest celebrity hackings in social media history took place and the man responsible has…
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“We assess this as being their premier espionage tool,” one of the U.S. officials told journalists ahead of the release. He said Washington hoped the operation would “eradicate it from the virtual battlefield.” The official said the FSB spies behind the malware, known as Snake, are part of a notorious hacking group tracked by the private sector and known as “Turla.” The group has been active for two decades against a variety of NATO-aligned targets, U.S. government agencies and technology companies, a senior FBI official said.
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As per The Reg, an investigation called “The Matrix” conducted by the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center of China and local cybersecurity firm 360 Total Security has been published in a report titled Empire of Hacking: The US Central Intelligence Agency – Part I.
The device allows users to locate, troubleshoot, test, and debug different types of digital interfaces and hardware devices via radio, radio frequency identification (RFID), near field communication (NFC), infrared, Bluetooth, and other protocols. While these options aren’t inherently dangerous on their own, the ability to emulate multiple devices, cards, or…