An Associated Press Twiitter account was hacked this morning, and hackers posted a bogus tweet saying two explosions had rocked the White House.
Here is a webinar in which computer consultant Brian Edelman and I recently discussed security practices for advisors to avoid such a fate. (You must be an A4A member to see the video.)
It used to be that you would buy a Mac and avoid malware and viruses. That doesn't work as well in recent years as Macs have become a more attractive target. Now, a new trojan is spreading that specifically is aimed at Macs.
A cult of hackers who spy on women by breaking into their computers and turning on their webcams has grown so large that experts at Remote Administration tools—“ratters”—are selling books to teach novices the hack.