Such a leak is likely to anger Trump and the White House, of course, and so Axios had to be careful not to throw their source under the bus.
You can bet mischievous hackers are right now trying to crack into Kanye West’s online accounts with equally diabolical passwords.
A former reality TV star was able to sneak in her smartphone and record secret conversations in the Situation Room, supposedly the most secure place in the White House.
You won’t be surprised to hear it’s easy to create a webmail account in the name of Donald Trump Jr, Anthony Scaramucci or Jared Kushner.
And, of course, there are always people who will trust emails from such accounts all too quickly…
According to media reports, the White House is trying to crack down on staff leaking information to the media. But will random phone checks be enough to help weed out the leakers?
A software engineer is urging anyone and everyone opposed to the President-Elect to overload Whitehouse.gov on Donald Trump’s inauguration day.
David Bisson reports.
According to Google Maps, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has not only come back to the United States – but he’s actually inside the White House.
Well, Edwards Snow Den at least.
CNN is claiming that hackers, backed by the Russian government, have hacked into parts of the White House computer system.
Of all the reasons to have sanctions against North Korea, the one they gave special attention to was the Sony hack.
And, as we all now know, there is a lot of skepticism as to whether North Korea was really responsible for that…
It would be good to know what the evidence is, as it sure doesn’t have the hallmarks of a state-sponsored attack.
IT security staff have spent the last few weeks fighting hackers in the White House, after a computer network was breached.
But can we tell who was behind the attack?
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog.