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UK Vulnerable To Malicious Meddling In Election, Warns Study
15th Oct 2019 [4 days ago] from Guardian
Urgent action needed to prevent ‘abuse and deception’ of democratic process, say expertsBritain needs to take concerted action to reduce the risk of malicious actors in the UK and abroad from contaminating the results of a looming general...
Iranian Hackers Targeted A US Presidential Campaign, Microsoft Says
4th Oct 2019 [15 days ago] from Guardian
Group called ‘Phosphorus’ made more than 2,700 attempts to identify consumer email accounts and attacked 241 of thoseA hacking group that appears to be linked to the Iranian government has carried out a campaign against a US presidential...
ANU Says Blaming China For Massive Data Breach Is Speculative And Harmful
1st Oct 2019 [17 days ago] from Guardian
Despite an extensive incident report, Australian National University is unable to say who is behind the cyberattackMedia reports blaming China for a massive data breach at the Australian National University revealed in June 2019 are speculative...
How The Herald Sun Turned On Its Own After The George Pell Scoop
26th Sep 2019 [23 days ago] from Guardian
Lucie Morris-Marr, Andrew Bolt and a splash turned sour. Plus, the predictable parade of hate for Greta ThunbergLucie Morris-Marr, the first journalist to reveal that Victoria police were investigating George Pell over allegations of child...
Think Your IPhone Is Safe From Hackers? That’s What They Want You To Think…
7th Sep 2019 [one month ago] from Guardian
Forget Apple’s much-vaunted iOS safeguards – attackers have been quietly breaking and entering for yearsWhenever there’s something that some people value, there will be a marketplace for it. A few years ago, I spent a fascinating...
Jack Dorsey: Twitter CEOs Account Briefly Hacked
30th Aug 2019 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Tweets sent from account included racial slurs, profanity and a reference to ‘a bomb at Twitter HQ’ and were quickly deletedThe Twitter account of Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief executive officer, was hacked and briefly hijacked on...
Google Says Hackers Have Put Monitoring Implants In IPhones For Years
29th Aug 2019 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Visiting hacked sites was enough for exploit server to gather users’ images and contactsHackers have been using compromised websites to install “monitoring implants” in iPhones for years, according to researchers at Google.The malicious...
Bitcoin Worth £900,000 Seized From Hacker To Compensate Victims
23rd Aug 2019 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Judge in London tells Grant West he faces four more years in jail if he refuses to complyA judge has ordered the confiscation of bitcoin worth more than £900,000 from a jailed hacker in the first case of its kind for the Metropolitan police.Grant...
Apple To Pay Hackers More Than $1m To Find Security Flaws
12th Aug 2019 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Expanded ‘bug bounty’, announced at Black Hat conference, comes as governments and tech firms compete for informationApple will pay ethical hackers more than $1m if they responsibly disclose dangerous security vulnerabilities to the...
Chinese Cyberhackers Blurring Line Between State Power And Crime
7th Aug 2019 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Cybersecurity firm FireEye says ‘aggressive’ APT41 group working for Beijing is also hacking video games to make money A group of state-sponsored hackers in China ran activities for personal gain at the same time as undertaking spying...
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