The text of the fake phishing email was copied verbatim from a real phishing email received by some OHSU employees in late March.
PAC associated with the richest man in cryptocurrency is spending big on the 6th Congressional District race.
Information stolen includes Social Security numbers, names, addresses, disability status and medical notes.
Ransomware is the work of hackers who seize company computer systems and demand payment.
“Just in case, if you try to ignore us, we’ve downloaded a pack of your internal data.”
The attack also affects major national clients like Tesla, Puma and Temple University.
The vibrant green cars can pick you up at specific Ryd stops when requested.
“Meanwhile, we are printing money in the basement, and we are fine.”
The new game from Portland game developer Picogram feels like a mix of “Animal Crossing”, and classic “Pokémon.”
Even as they built relationships with Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch, they couldn’t get those platforms to understand that “Livestreams suck.”
The Albina Soul Walk wants to physically place its audience where the music once was.
The CIO notes the consequences for agencies’ technical shortcomings are “nearly nonexistent.”
The premise of “Lake” isn’t unfamiliar to indie gamers: A software developer trades her career in the big city for an idyllic, small-town life.
On the day that crowds marching across the Burnside Bridge grew to an estimated five figures, Goodwick’s aerial photo led the New York Times’ Sunday edition.
“My riders would tell stories ranging from weird, creepy interactions to being sexually assaulted.”