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  • HackIllinois 2020 introduces new software, workshops

    This hackathon has grown to become one of the largest and most well-regarded in the country, with attendees from around the country traveling to Illinois to test and build their hacking skills.
    According to Opensource.com, open-source software is “software with source code that anyone can inspect, modify and enhance,” thereby allowing participants to focus on open exchange and collaboration during the one-of-a-kind event.

  • Hacking Group Outlaw Upgrades Malware for Illicit Income Sources: Report

    Cybersecurity firm Trend Micro has detected that hacking group Outlaw has been updating its toolkit for stealing enterprises’ data for nearly half a year at this point.
    Outlaw — who had ostensibly been silent since last June — became active again in December, with upgrades on their kits’ capabilities, which now target more systems, according to an analysis from Trend Micro published on Feb. 10. The kits in question are designed to steal data from the automotive and finance industries.

  • What happens when all the tiny satellites we’re shooting into space get hacked?
  • Hackers Could Shut Down Satellites—or Turn Them into Weapons

    Last month, SpaceX became the operator of the world’s largest active satellite constellation. As of the end of January, the company had 242 satellites orbiting the planet with plans to launch 42,000 over the next decade. This is part of its ambitious project to provide internet access across the globe. The race to put satellites in space is on, with Amazon, U.K.-based OneWeb and other companies chomping at the bit to place thousands of satellites in orbit in the coming months.

  • DevOps Alert: 12,000 Jenkins Servers Exposed to DoS Attacks [Ed: The ‘logic’ of this clickbait headline? Same as “1,000 MILLION browser users exposed to x, y, z…”]

    Security researchers are warning that 12,000 cloud automation servers around the world could be hijacked to launch denial of service (DoS) attacks.

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