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The Pirate Bay’s Gottfrid Svartholm gets hacking sentenced halved

Makes a successful appeal

Thu Sep 26 2013, 14:52

RSA warns against NSA code in encryption software

Strongly recommends not using Dual EC DRBG

Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:26

I'd rather be swimming with sharks

Column I trust no one these days, except sharks

Fri Sep 20 2013, 16:06

Linkedin asks the US government for more transparency

Wants to shine a light on national security requests

Wed Sep 18 2013, 12:06

Copyright police make first arrests

Why downloading Game of Thrones could be bad for your health

Tue Sep 17 2013, 09:14

Anonymous member sentenced to three years porridge for police website attacks

Must also hand over $227,000 in damages

Fri Sep 13 2013, 14:46

Marissa Mayer does not lock her iPhone with a passcode

Yahoo chief is prepared to give security the finger

Thu Sep 12 2013, 14:17

John McAfee is alive and kidding

Don’t believe what you read

Tue Sep 10 2013, 15:38

FBI warns the internet about the Syrian Electronic Army

Internet is well aware of SEA

Fri Sep 06 2013, 13:10

Security researcher gets a $12,500 bounty from Facebook

Found photo flaw

Tue Sep 03 2013, 09:57

Java users advised to consider dumping the software over security bugs

Security firm warns attackers are becoming more skillful in creating Java exploits

Thu Aug 29 2013, 13:04

Nick Clegg chimes in on David Miranda

Shares concerns, but not about seizures

Tue Aug 27 2013, 10:26

NSA used PRISM surveillance on Kim Dotcom

Overzealous in New Zealand

Fri Aug 23 2013, 11:44

David Miranda prevents police from peering at confiscated data

Injunction stops inspection and copying

Thu Aug 22 2013, 15:50

EFF says NSA surveillance was unconstitutional

May publish a court ruling to prove it

Thu Aug 22 2013, 12:50

Foxtons estate agency has been hacked

Early viewing recommended

Wed Aug 21 2013, 14:22

Wearable technology like Google Glass will cause destructive cybercrime in 2020

Project 2020 movie warns of impending cyber security risks

Wed Sep 25 2013, 07:30

Chaos Computer Club breaks Apple's Touch ID

Old school methods foil new technology

Mon Sep 23 2013, 09:56

Lockscreen exploit discovered in iOS 7

Update leaves bugs on your apple

Fri Sep 20 2013, 15:37

Microsoft issues an emergency fix for Internet Explorer zero day vulnerability

Temporary workaround to prevent exploitation

Wed Sep 18 2013, 11:24

Belgian ISP gets hacked by unknown third party

Fingers pointed at the NSA

Mon Sep 16 2013, 11:23

Wikileaks server not sold on eBay to teen for $33,000

Borrowed his dad’s eBay account

Fri Sep 13 2013, 13:13

Marissa Mayer says Yahoo execs faced jail over NSA disclosures

Chose a non-porridge option

Thu Sep 12 2013, 10:44

Rogue Android Skype app is open to premium SMS fraud

Unofficial sources bring unwanted attention

Tue Sep 10 2013, 15:20

Google shores up security following PRISM revelations

In an arms race against the government

Mon Sep 09 2013, 12:11

NSA cracks encryption with ease

All your keys are belong to it

Fri Sep 06 2013, 09:48

Java 6 exploit found in the wild

Upgrade to Java 7 as soon as possible, security researchers warn

Tue Aug 27 2013, 13:05

Reports of Anonymous’ demise are greatly exaggerated

Hacktivists deny FBI claims

Fri Aug 23 2013, 13:22

Germany warns against using Windows 8 due to security risks

Government claims it offers a back door for the NSA

Fri Aug 23 2013, 10:05

Poison Ivy Trojan is still popular with hackers

Still going strong after RSA attack in 2011

Thu Aug 22 2013, 13:57

Instagram scam targets desktop users via Facebook, Symantec warns

Survey crooks scam money through shady affiliate programmes

Wed Aug 21 2013, 13:25

iMessage app for Android causes a stir

It's unofficial, it's a security risk, and we're less than convinced

Tue Sep 24 2013, 15:50

Eight arrested in Barclays cyber-heist

You wait all year for a KVM and then two come along at once

Fri Sep 20 2013, 16:36

Windows Phone 8 is deemed secure by the US and Canadian governments

It might finally get some use in the government and enterprise markets

Wed Sep 18 2013, 16:03

Double trouble for Whatsapp users as service is targeted by fresh malware

Two fairly obvious scams hit the instant messaging app

Tue Sep 17 2013, 17:09

Argentinian teen arrested over malware scam

Accused of prolific pilfering

Mon Sep 16 2013, 09:25

Oracle updates Java Development Kit 7

New ideas are percolating in the Java cafeteria

Thu Sep 12 2013, 17:35

Syrian Electronic Army hits Fox Twitter accounts

Got in through Hootsuite

Wed Sep 11 2013, 10:35

McAfee warns about fake Android apps

Not fair play

Tue Sep 10 2013, 13:06

EFF victory will reveal NSA surveillance documents

Days until hundreds of documents released

Fri Sep 06 2013, 13:55

European digital rights groups want an end to surveillance

Petition the European Parliament on lawless internet surveillance

Thu Sep 05 2013, 11:24

INQUIRER readers are not worried about Android security issues

Most claim they know how to avoid malicious apps on Google’s mobile OS

Thu Aug 29 2013, 17:49

China’s internet felled in denial of service attack

Targeted its domain name servers

Tue Aug 27 2013, 10:48

Lavabit founder faces a Kafkaesque nightmare

Tangled up since shutting down Snowden’s selected email service

Fri Aug 23 2013, 12:23

EU rights watchdog wants UK snooping probe

Queries Home Office on Miranda and Snowden

Fri Aug 23 2013, 09:42

Wikileaks source Bradley Manning to become female named Chelsea

Will begin hormone therapy treatment 'as soon as possible'

Thu Aug 22 2013, 13:20

Wikileaks whistleblower Bradley Manning gets 35 years

Likely to serve eight or nine years

Wed Aug 21 2013, 16:37
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