Exactly 38 days ago today the Berlin daily newspaper TAZ listed an inconspicuous ad with the title tuwat.txt. That one speaks today still about this small announcement from a local newspaper is among other things because of that which developed from it likewise because it is today still just as current as before 38 years. [Read more…] about Memorial to the anniversary of tuwat.txt and the Chaos Computer Club
The GDPR came into effect last year in May. Since then, there have been many changes, with the most serious and obvious in daily surfing being the cookie banners that are now appearing everywhere. Another innovation is the right of access to personal data by users. Three studies now show that this attack allows attackers to steal data. GDPiRate was created by our founder Matteo Große-Kampmann.
In addition to the many forms of cyber crime, one kind of data theft often goes unnoticed in public reporting and perception: RFID technology and so-called RFID skimming.
The data stored on the chip is read by attackers. For example, criminals can quickly focus on their own bank cards. Every year, around 7 million pounds are captured. [Read more…] about RFID technology – a practical companion that holds risks!
All channels that have made it their business to report against new malware, scams and dangers are warning against the GermanWiper Ransomware. As is so often the case, everything starts with an application. Then the malware takes its course. [Read more…] about GermanWiper Ransomware irrevocably deletes data!
What do Woodstock, the first online message and the moon landing have in common? It all happened in 1969. Half a century later, these events are still firmly anchored in our memories. At AWARE7 the technical revolution through the internet was our main focus. [Read more…] about How old is the internet? A milestone turns 50!