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The Guardian View On Hacking: A Dangerous Arms Trade | Editorial
14th May 2019 [4 months ago] from Guardian
Cyberweapons are dangerous in themselves. Their proliferation makes them much more harmfulNSO Group, an Israeli firm that has risen to a billion-dollar valuation on the strength of the aggressive hacking tools it sells to authoritarian...
Russia’s Great Firewall: Is It Meant To Keep Information In – Or Out?
28th Apr 2019 [5 months ago] from Guardian
Vladimir Putin will soon sign the ‘sovereign internet’ bill to allow greater monitoring of traffic. But what are its other consequences?Earlier this year, US officials briefed reporters on an extraordinary operation: they claimed to...
May To Ban Huawei From Supplying Core Parts Of UK 5G Network
23rd Apr 2019 [5 months ago] from Guardian
Chinese telecoms supplier will be allowed to supply some ‘non core’ technology, but decision risks agitating Beijing Theresa May has ordered that Chinese telecoms supplier Huawei is to be banned from supplying core parts of the future...
Cybercrime For Dummies: Cracking Internet Passwords Is As Easy As 123456
21st Apr 2019 [5 months ago] from Guardian
GCHQ survey finds millions using most obvious passwords – including ‘password’, ‘qwerty’ and superhero namesCybercriminals are using increasingly devious scams to con internet users into revealing precious online information....
Owners Must Protect Their Businesses From Ransomware Before Its Too Late | Gene Marks
11th Apr 2019 [5 months ago] from Guardian
Attackers are targeting small businesses and even forcing some to close for not paying up – but there are precautions owners can take to reduce the oddsRansomware is a multibillion-dollar a year business and when you look at it from the...
UK Hacker Jailed For Six Years For Blackmailing Pornography Site Users
9th Apr 2019 [5 months ago] from Guardian
Zain Qaiser targeted millions of computers with ransomware demanding large sumsA hacker who blackmailed users of pornography websites in what investigators say is the UK’s most serious cybercrime case has been jailed for six years and...
Facebook Stored Hundreds Of Millions Of Passwords Unprotected
21st Mar 2019 [6 months ago] from Guardian
Company admits to mistake and says it has no evidence of abuse – but the risk was hugeFacebook mistakenly stored “hundreds of millions” of passwords in plaintext, unprotected by any encryption, the company has admitted.The mistake,...
Beto ORourke Was A Teenage Member Of Hacking Group Cult Of The Dead Cow
15th Mar 2019 [6 months ago] from Guardian
Democratic presidential candidate’s membership of group that invented the term ‘hacktivism’ may explain much about his approach to politics Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic presidential candidate, belonged as a teenager to the oldest...
Jeremy Hunt Vows To Step Up Fight Against Election Cyber-attacks
6th Mar 2019 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Foreign secretary to call for global action but say there is no proof of interference in UKJeremy Hunt is to promise the government will step up international efforts to prevent overseas cyber-attacks on elections, while insisting the UK...
Facebook Faces Backlash Over Users Safety Phone Numbers
4th Mar 2019 [7 months ago] from Guardian
Contact details supplied by users to enable two-factor authentication led to reduced privacyFacebook has been accused of abusing a security feature in order to weaken user privacy, after the social network was found using phone numbers...
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