The U.S. presidential elections is coming. And one question here raising is: Can the Elections Get Hacked? Are they secure? Are they anonymous? And if the answer is yes, how can we possibly know? A Symantec security expert recently demonstrated just what a motivated hacker can do to undermine the election by hacking an electronic voting machine.
From Lizard Squad to Hidden Lynx, the web is flooded with gatherings which are hoping to trade off frameworks – for political increase or essentially for the ‘lulz’.
Still, a few gatherings have figured out how to stay noticeable and on the radar of security experts and governments around the world. Indeed, some even work for the administration, completing different shadowy errands for an expense.
That is, if the programmers can be influenced to feel any sort of dedication for any state.
Programmers distinctively take awesome pride in their capacity to evade systems, outmaneuver governments and corporates. These gatherings have stolen cash, injured sites, and stood out as truly newsworthy everywhere throughout the globe.
From endeavors to take ISIS off online networking, to hacking into atomic plants, getting to previous UK executive Tony Blair’s private data and offering privileged insights to the KGB, these gatherings have picked up a great deal of reputation.
They’ve made gaps in frameworks that appear to be ludicrously secure, leaving corporates and governments looking like monkeys with regards to IT security.
Here are 10 of the key players in this new waiting session of espionage, damage, and fighting: