A gang of cybercriminals has been found using steganography, a technique that embeds information inside an image, to create malware that lasts longer and is harder to detect. The group has compromised the devices of approximately 350,000 users and earned a quarter of a million dollars through their scheme.
The normal person is likely to only book one hotel room. If your family's big — or you've some teens who'll want to come and go at their leisure — then maybe that number increases to two. But a few hundred rooms? Well that's hacker territory. And one San Francisco-based hacker did exactly that.