Pierluigi Paganini April 15, 2016
Former Reuters Matthew Keys sentenced to 2 years for hacking

This week the former Reuters journalist Matthew Keys was sentenced to two years in prison for helping the Anonymous collective in computer hacking. Matthew Keys, a former Reuters journalist, who was convicted in October 2015 of supporting the Anonymous collective, has been sentenced to 24 months in prison for computer hacking charges. Keys has been […]

Pierluigi Paganini May 21, 2013
Zero-day market, the governments are the main buyers

Governments, and in particular US one, are principal buyers of zero-day vulnerabilities according a report published by Reuters. Zero-days exploits are considered a primary ingredient for success of a cyber attack, the knowledge of zero-day flaw gives to the attacker guarantee of success, state-sponsored hackers and cyber criminals consider zero-day exploits a precious resources around […]

Pierluigi Paganini August 04, 2012
Reuters blogging platform hacked, the critical role of information

In this day my blog has dedicated a great attention to the security of social media, explaining the importance of new communication networks. Today the information is synonymous with power, due this consideration is critical develop the proper processes for its management. To acquire information today we infiltrate social networks, we attack forums and social […]