Hacktivist group Anonymous, along with numerous other hackers, is planning a massive cyber-attack on Israel, threatening to “erase” the country from Internet. Israel is apparently taking the threats seriously, with defensive preparations underway.
“Hacktivists Starting Cyber Attack against Israel on 7th of
April,” Anonymous wrote on Twitter, calling on hackers around
the world to join up for a second ‘OpIsrael.’
“We are discontinuing support for our older apps: TweetDeck AIR, TweetDeck for Android and TweetDeck for iPhone. They will be removed from their respective app stores in early May and will stop functioning shortly thereafter. We’ll also discontinue support for our Facebook integration.”
Well, their blog post have said it all yesterday. Should start looking for better mobile apps , if any...
Friday, February 1st: Twitter announced it was hacked. The post (Keeping our users secure) by Bob Lord, Director of Information Security, was sparse on details but recommended disabling Java’s browser plugin.
And according to Lord, the attackers “were extremely sophisticated, and we believe other companies and organizations have also been recently similarly attacked.”
Friday, February 15th: Facebook announced it was hacked. According to the Security Team’s note (Protecting People On Facebook), a handful of employees visited a compromised website hosting a Java “exploit which then allowed malware to be installed on these employee laptops.” Continue reading →
Many of us might have authorized permissions for various free apps to access our private information in our online accounts, such as in Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Yahoo, LinkedIn, DropBox, Instagram, Flickr, etc. As matter as fact, it has become common that not all those apps were useful. However, we just left them there, keep being authorized to get our private data as much as they want 😀
Wanna recheck and clean those permission? Try visiting mypermissions.org. They have provided useful links for you.