Twitter Testing Two-Stage Authentication Process

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
When it comes to making their social networking service secure, Twitter seems to be lagging behind. After a series of hack attacks affecting major Twitter accounts like Burger King and the Associated Press, the microblogging service revealed that it is working on a two-factor authentication process. When it would be introduced to users, however, remains unknown. Twitter revealed that it has been working on beefin

Servers of South Korea Broadcasters and Banks Crash by Possible Cyberattack

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
South Korean police are investigating whether North Korea has a hand in the shutdown of computer networks of the country’s three major broadcasters and three banks. Authorities have also said the government is bracing for more possible cyberattacks. Terrestrial networks KBS and MBC, as well as cable channel YTN, have reported that their computers were affected. Their broadcast, however, remain normal. Meanw