South Korean web hosting provider has agreed to pay $1 million in bitcoins to hackers after a Linux ransomware infected its 153 servers, encrypting 3,400 business websites and their data, hosted on them.

According to a blog post published by NAYANA, the web hosting company, this unfortunate event happened on 10th June when ransomware malware hit its hosting servers and attacker demanded 550 bitcoins (over $1.6 million) to unlock the encrypted files.
The van attack on civilians near a mosque in London’s Finsbury Park was deliberate and should be treated as a terrorist attack, the mosque’s chairman, Mohammed Kozbar, told RT. He urged police to establish the motive of the driver and look for possible accomplices.

Speaking to RT some two hours after a white van rammed into pedestrians outside the Muslim Welfare House, which contains a mosque, Kozbar said, citing eyewitnesses that “at least 10 people were lying on the ground” following what he said was “a deliberate attack.”
When we talk about a network, we mean the way you connect to the internet. For most of us, this means via WiFi.

There are a few security issues to be aware of. If someone is able to eavesdrop on your network traffic, they can grab information like your website administrator credentials. This kind of hack is known as a man-in-the-middle attack. Unauthorized devices connected to your network can drain your download speeds. We have also written in the past about home routers being used as part of a botnet. Taking steps to make these vulnerabilities difficult to exploit helps ensure the security and performance of your internet communication.
Soon you will be able to auto backup and sync your whole computer on Google Drive.
Yes, you heard that right.

By the end of this month, Google will launch Backup and Sync — a new, simple tool that has been designed to help you backup not only your documents and photos in the cloud but your entire computer as well.
When you go out of town, you usually need to buy a few nights at a hotel in addition to a plane, train, or bus ticket. Brandan Siebrecht, a graduate architecture student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, wants to combine these components into one experience.

He designed what he calls the "Hyperloop Hotel," a system that would feature a transit system and 13 hotels in different cities throughout the United States.
A British computer hacker who allegedly hacked a United States Department of Defense satellite system in 2014 and accessed the personal information of hundreds of military personnel has pleaded guilty on Thursday.

Sean Caffrey, a 25-year-old resident of Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands, has admitted to breaking into a US military communications system in June 2014 and stealing usernames and email addresses of over 800 employees and data from 30,000 satellite phones, the UK's National Crime Agency announced on Thursday.
Marissa Mayer is no longer the CEO of Yahoo, following the company’s acquisition by Verizon. And as such, Mayer is not only a job-free woman, she is also no longer bound to Yahoo’s product portfolio. That’s right, she can use Gmail, and she’s psyched about it. At a conference in London today, Mayer reportedly said she is “looking forward to going back to Gmail” because she’s “always faster when using a tool I designed myself.”