Last Updated on 1 September 2023 by Daniel Hackers have the potential to hijack a wide range of devices and systems, particularly those that are connected to the internet or other networks. Here are some examples: It’s important to note that the range of devices and systems that hackers can target continues to evolve as… Continue reading What devices or things can hackers hijack?
Last Updated on 15 August 2023 by Daniel Doug Jacobson, Iowa State University These days, cars are computer centers on wheels. Today’s vehicles can contain over 100 computers and millions of lines of software code. These computers are all networked together and can operate all aspects of your vehicle. It’s not surprising, then, that car… Continue reading To steal today’s computerized cars, thieves go high-tech
Last Updated on 10 August 2023 by Daniel No server is completely immune to hacking, but the susceptibility to hacking can vary depending on several factors. It’s important to note that discussing vulnerabilities or targeting specific types of servers for hacking purposes is unethical and illegal. However, I can provide you with some general information:… Continue reading Which Type of Server is More Susceptible to Hacking?
If you suspect that your phone may have been hacked, there are several signs you can look out for to help confirm your suspicions. Here are some common indicators that your phone might be compromised: If you notice one or more of these signs, it’s important to take action to protect your device and data.… Continue reading How Can I Tell if my Phone Has Been Hacked?
Last Updated on 30 April 2023 by Daniel James H. Hamlyn-Harris, Swinburne University of Technology The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently recalled approximately 465,000 pacemakers made by the company Abbott’s (formerly St. Jude Medical) that were vulnerable to hacking, but the situation points to an ongoing security problem. The reason for the recall?… Continue reading Three reasons why pacemakers are vulnerable to hacking