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North Korea Is A Bigger Cyber-attack Threat Than Russia, Says Expert
26th Feb 2018 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Head of security firm says highly skilled DPRK hackers may attack US financial sector to deter military action against the regimeNorth Korea poses a bigger threat of large-scale cyber-attacks than Russia, according to the co-founder of...
Growth Of AI Could Expand Security Threats If No Action Taken, Report Warns
20th Feb 2018 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Artificial intelligence tech could lead to new forms of cybercrime, political disruption and physical attacks within five years say expertsWanton proliferation of artificial intelligence technologies could enable new forms of cybercrime,...
Study Reveals North Korean Cyber-espionage Has Reached New Heights
20th Feb 2018 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Spying unit is widening its operations into aerospace and defence industries, according to US security firm An increasingly sophisticated North Korean cyber-espionage unit is using its skills to widen spying operations to aerospace and...
Huge Cryptojacking Campaign Earns Just $24 For Hackers
14th Feb 2018 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Though 5,000-site attack suggests forcing visitors to mine cryptocurrency offers scant reward, it hasn’t stopped news platform SalonA malware attack that turned thousands of websites into cryptocurrency mining engines made just $24, according...
Cryptojacking Attack Hits Australian Government Websites
11th Feb 2018 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Hackers used plug-in to force computers to secretly mine cryptocurrencyA series of Australian government websites, including the Victorian parliament’s, have been compromised by malware that forces visitors’ computers to secretly mine...
Lauri Love Has Avoided A US Trial – So Why Have Others Been Extradited? | Robert Verkaik
7th Feb 2018 [8 months ago] from Guardian
Three white men backed by strong campaigns have recently succeeded in halting extradition. Syed Talha Ahsan was less fortunateA court’s decision to block the extradition of an alleged computer hacker suffering from Asperger syndrome highlights...
Lauri Love Ruling Sets Precedent For Trying Hacking Suspects In UK
5th Feb 2018 [8 months ago] from Guardian
Rights groups and lawyers for 33-year-old welcome landmark judgment against extradition to USA high court ruling blocking extradition to the US of Lauri Love, a student accused of breaking into US government websites, has been welcomed...
Happy And Relieved: Hacking Suspect Lauri Love Emerges From Court After Win
5th Feb 2018 [8 months ago] from Guardian
Lauri Love will not face extradition to the US, the high court has ruled. The British student is accused of hacking into US government websites. Speaking outside court Love said he was thankful for the support he received without which...
Hacking Suspect Lauri Love Wins Appeal Against Extradition To US
5th Feb 2018 [8 months ago] from Guardian
Lawyers for the 32-year-old student argued he would be at risk of killing himself in the USLauri Love, the British student accused of hacking into US government websites, will not be extradited to face trial in America, the high court has...
Car-sharing Company GoGet Took Seven Months To Tell Customers Of Data Hack
30th Jan 2018 [8 months ago] from Guardian
Day after man arrested, company says police advised that notifying affected customers sooner may have jeopardised the investigationCar-sharing company GoGet has received praise from New South Wales fraud detectives for being “proactive”...
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