Do you find it hard to keep track of which companies (and government agencies) have been hacked in the past six months? We do too. CNET has come to the rescue by creating a handy-dandy chart that details every major hacking incident since March, along with who’s known (or suspected) of having perpetrated the hack, why they did it, and what vulnerability they exploited.
And, CNET says, they’ll keep it up to date as “open season” for hackers continues. The latest entry? Monday’s seizure of the domain nic.ly by rebel forces who adorned the home page with their flag and the message “bye bye Gaddafi.”
Read more at CNET.