Microsoft Email Servers Hacked, Blames China

The U.S. has issued an emergency warning after Microsoft said it caught China hacking into its mail and calendar server program, called Exchange. The perpetrator, Microsoft said in a blog post, is a hacker group that the company has “high confidence” is working for the Chinese government and primarily spies on American targets. The latest software update for Exchange… Continue reading Microsoft Email Servers Hacked, Blames China

WiFi for Voting Machines? Why Not, Says US Election Agency

The U.S. agency overseeing elections has “quietly weakened a key element of proposed security standards…” reports the Associated Press, “raising concern among voting-integrity experts that many such systems will remain vulnerable to hacking. “The Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is poised to approve its first new security standards in 15 years after an arduous process involving… Continue reading WiFi for Voting Machines? Why Not, Says US Election Agency