Hackers Are Breaking into Medical Databases to Protect Patient Data
Hackers Are Breaking into Medical Databases to Protect Patient Data
Agencies such as the NIH reward the discovery of vulnerabilities in their computer systems—before criminals can exploit them.
Hackers Are Breaking into Medical Databases to Protect Patient Data
Hackers Are Breaking into Medical Databases to Protect Patient Data

Agencies such as the NIH reward the discovery of vulnerabilities in their computer systems—before criminals can exploit them.

Agencies such as the NIH reward the discovery of vulnerabilities in their computer systems—before criminals can exploit them.

Hacking
MyHeritage Account Data Compromised in “Cybersecurity Incident”
MyHeritage Account Data Compromised in “Cybersecurity Incident”
Catherine Offord | Jun 6, 2018
A security researcher found the email addresses and encrypted passwords of more than 92 million users of the genealogy site on a private server outside the company.
U.S. Alleges Iranian Cyber Theft at Research Universities
U.S. Alleges Iranian Cyber Theft at Research Universities
Jim Daley | Mar 26, 2018
The hacking involved data belonging to thousands of professors at 320 institutions worldwide.
Researchers Hijack a Computer Using DNA Malware
Researchers Hijack a Computer Using DNA Malware
Catherine Offord | Aug 11, 2017
Malicious code written with nucleic acids could one day threaten sequencing facilities, the team warns.
AAAS: EurekAlert Will Be Back Online Soon
AAAS: EurekAlert Will Be Back Online Soon
Jef Akst | Sep 15, 2016
The press release repository will be up and running in another day or so—and more secure than before, according to a spokesperson.
Inside Hacklabs
Inside Hacklabs
Megan Scudellari | Mar 6, 2013
Take a tour of some DIYbio labs across the country
JSTOR “Regretted” Fraud Case
JSTOR “Regretted” Fraud Case
Beth Marie Mole | Jan 14, 2013
After the suicide of Reddit developer Aaron Swartz, JSTOR says it regrets being involved in the federal computer fraud case against him.