Hackers are using coronavirus maps to infect your computer

As coronavirus threatens to become a global pandemic, everyone’s keeping a close eye on how it’s spreading across the world. Several organizations have made dashboards to keep track of COVID-19. But now, hackers have found a way to use these dashboards to inject malware into computers. Shai Alfasi, a security researcher at Reason Labs, found that… Read More Hackers are using coronavirus maps to infect your computer

LifeLabs hack raises questions about health data security | Toronto Sun | + Opinion

Ontario’s health ministry is looking at beefing-up its cyber attack awareness and end-user education in the wake of Tuesday’s LifeLabs data theft. Source: LifeLabs hack raises questions about health data security | Toronto Sun Opinion: LifeLabs is a relatively fast clinic in Ontario that mostly does blood and other tests. The sample is then sent… Read More LifeLabs hack raises questions about health data security | Toronto Sun | + Opinion

Vatican eRosary app hacked multiple times just days after launch | Euronews | + Opinion (Mature themes)

A new gadget aimed at getting more young people to pray has been hacked at least three times in the days since its launch. Source: Vatican eRosary app hacked multiple times just days after launch | Euronews Opinion with mythical and fictional illustrations: You would think that hackers would have at least a little respect… Read More Vatican eRosary app hacked multiple times just days after launch | Euronews | + Opinion (Mature themes)

Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova tells us “it’s no game”

Sigh. The American attitude toward Russia reminds me a bit of World War II. Until the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour, the US generally viewed the Axis Powers threat as a “European War.” A “European Problem.” Then when the bombs came thrashing down on the US fleet in Pearl Harbor, the Americans realized their mistake and… Read More Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova tells us “it’s no game”