• US jails Chinese businessman in military hacking case

    Two years after his arrest in Canada for cyber spying on US military aircraft, a Chinese businessman has been jailed by a US court for nearly four years

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  • Social engineering is top hacking method, survey shows

    Social engineering tops the list of popular hacking methods, underlining the need for continuous monitoring, according to security firm Balabit

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  • Samsung Pay isolated from LoopPay attack

    Hackers who compromised LoopPay’s computer systems had no access to Samsung Pay’s user data or other core information, says Samsung

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  • FBI cracks down on hacker-for-hire websites

    The FBI has arrested five people in connection with several websites offering hacking services

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  • Lauri Love suicide risk if extradited to US over hacking allegations

    Westminster magistrates court hears evidence from medical experts that alledged hacker, Lauri Love, who has been diagnosed with Asbergers and depression, is at real risk of suicide if extradicted to the US

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  • Lauri Love using illness as a shield against extradition, claims prosecution

    Prosecution lawyer questions whether activist Lauri Love is not fit enough to stand trial in the US over hacking charges, as Love's legal team press for the case to be heard in the UK.

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  • Adobe to patch two more Flash flaws exposed by Hacking Team hack

    Adobe plans to release security updates this week for two more Adobe Flash vulnerabilities were exposed when hackers published documents belonging to Italy's controversial Hacking Team

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  • A second US man pleads guilty to hacking celebrity accounts

    A second US hacker faces five years in jail after a guilty plea for hacking into celebrity accounts and stealing private images that were leaked online in 2014

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  • FBI probes hack into NBC News Twitter account after Ground Zero attack hoax

    The FBI is probing a hacking into the NBC News Twitter account after hackers calling themselves "The Script Kiddies" posted bogus Tweets about a hijacked civilian airliner crashing into Ground Zero in New York.

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  • Dissecting the Hack

    In this excerpt from chapter three of Dissecting the Hack: The V3RB0TEN Network, authors Jayson E. Street, Kristin Sims and Brian Baskin discuss Bitcoin and digital currency.

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