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2011

Crooks net $13m in ATM heist

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In its first quarter earnings release, posted in May, FIS revealed it had taken a $13 million hit in connection with its Sunrise pre-paid card platform.

Student used spyware to steal passwords, change grades

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A former high school senior from Orange County, California, has pleaded guilty to charges that he installed spyware on school computers in order to boost his grades.

Computer Hackers Getting Their Own Reality Show

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It seems like just about everyone is getting a reality show. “Real” housewives, ex-strippers, repo-men, Hawaiian bounty hunters, power gays in New York, and folks competing to be videogame testers are just a few of the folks that have TV crews following them around these days.

Wireless router hijacked for child pornography

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Malcolm Riddell awoke at 6 a.m. one day last year to some of the most heart-sinking words a homeowner can hear: “FBI, open up.”

Top 10 Web Hacking Techniques of 2010 Revealed

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A Web hack that can endanger online banking transactions is ranked the No. 1 new Web hacking technique for 2010 in a top 10 list selected by a panel of experts and open voting.

2010

CBCP website defaced hours before pro-life rally

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Hours before a major pro-life Catholic group was to hold a vigil against the reproductive health (RH) bill, a website of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines was defaced Saturday morning.

Russian Hacker Bust: Is the FBI Chasing Mules?

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The FBI wanted poster looks like a yearbook page from a Russian provincial college. Seventeen men and women from Eastern Europe, mostly between the ages of 19 and 22, with bad skin, nerdy haircuts and no resemblance to your stereotypical bank robbers.

Hacker tries canceling Guns N’ Roses tour

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If you believed Axl Rose’s Twitter account, the Guns N’ Roses frontman had unilaterally canceled the band’s upcoming European tour. The message posted on Sunday evening stated: “All upcoming Guns N’ Roses dates are officially cancelled. Please contact your place of purchase for any refunds.”

Hacker arrested for spying on schoolgirls via their own webcams

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A man has been arrested for spying on more than 150 girls in their bedrooms by hacking into their computers and using their webcams to watch them, provoking warnings that others will be doing the same thing.

Crooks prey on young online

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ONE in 10 Australian internet users – more than 1.3 million people – lost an average of $1000 each to cyber criminals in the past 12 months.

Hack attack targets 4.3 million online CVs

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The personal details of 4.3 million job seekers may have been compromised in a “concerted and sophisticated” hack attack on Trinity Mirror’s recruitment sites.

‘Cyberwar’ A Misused Term

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Some officials and computer security companies are arguing that the World Wide Web is battlefield in a “cyberwar” that has armies of hackers stealing online secrets and using the Internet to attack the mainframe of many real world companies.

DNSSEC may cause an Internet fail on May 5

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Network managers are being urged to run a series of checks on their routers and firewalls to ensure their users will still be able to connect to internet sites in the wake of a major change to the internet’s domain name system next week.

Hacker sells Facebook passwords

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A computer hacker in Russia has advertised for sale what appear to be passwords and login details from the social networking site Facebook.

Guide to Install Android on iPhone 2G

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I take no responsibility for any damage you might cause to your phone by following this guide. Whether it gets bricked, blocked or eventually thrown out of the window, I can’t be held responsible. Use this guide at your own risk. Thanks!

Don’t Allow Your PC to Become a “Malware Mule”

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Did you know that cyber criminals can trade your e-mail account? Yes, that’s right. According to the latest Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report, these evil people buy and sell hacked e-mail accounts.

Hackers deface 5th govt Web site, mock automated polls

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Another government Web site was found defaced Sunday night – the fifth attack since last month.

5 Facebook Scams You Should Protect Yourself From

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As Facebook has grown in popularity, it has also become a primary target for hackers and spammers. An increasing number of Facebook users are having their accounts compromised.

2009

“Little Rat” Hackers Arrested

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A group of hackers were recently arrested for using a new hacking tool that allows anyone to hack into any website, quickly, easily, and without any hacking experience. Police caught the two creators of this tool, who made more than 2 million yuan (US$293,000) by selling it to other hackers. Another four unnamed suspects were captured for using the software to steal online bank accounts or passwords for online games that they could sell.

UK national ID card cloned in 12 minutes

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Computer expert Adam Laurie was hired to test the security that protects the information embedded in the chip on the card.

Network Solutions Suffers Large Data Breach – 500k cards ripped

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For nearly three months, malware planted by hackers on servers operated by Network Solutions intercepted more than 573,000 credit and debt card numbers used to services rendered by the domain registration and hosting service provide.

Intel chief: Computer attacker still a mystery

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The U.S. still has not figured out who was behind the July 4 cyberattacks that took down a series of government Web sites, National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair said Wednesday.

DD-WRT firmware vuln gives you root

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A hacker has discovered a critical vulnerability in open-source firmware available for wireless routers made my Linksys and other manufacturers that allows attackers to remotely penetrate the device and take full control of it.

Hackers who caused Internet failure arrested

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Four suspects who allegedly caused an Internet failure in six provinces and autonomous regions of China on May 19 were arrested in Jiangsu Province, Xinhua News Agency reported Wednesday.

Web Attacks Expand in Iran’s Cyber Battle

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More and more of Iran’s pro-government websites are under assault, as opposition forces launch web attacks on the Tehran regime’s online propaganda arms.

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