'If you monkey with a system that’s supposed to provide global connectivity, it’s very easy to make mistakes'
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Tuesday 16 October 2012
A police force has been fined £120,000 following the theft of a memory stick containing names of members of the public who gave statements in drug probes.
Thursday 11 October 2012
Mozilla took rare step of pulling the new release just a day after its distribution
Thursday 11 October 2012
You've just opened a Web page or clicked a link in an email when your computer's desktop goes gray. A browser window pops up with the FBI logo in the top left corner. Below it is a live webcam feed with a picture of someone's face. You try to click away but find that your browser is locked. With a start, you recognize the face staring at you from the screen: It's you.
Wednesday 10 October 2012
Friday 10 August 2012
The account details of millions of online gamers have been stolen in a hack attack on games company Blizzard.
Sunday 24 June 2012
Turing gets rebooted - 50 years too late
Friday 15 June 2012
An alleged hacker accused of conspiring to bring down the websites of the CIA and the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency is not expected to be extradited to America, his solicitor said today.
Wednesday 06 June 2012
Nearly 6.5 million passwords belonging to users of the professional social networking site LinkedIn have been leaked online, according to reports.
Tuesday 22 May 2012
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Tuesday 01 May 2012
Cannabis farmers steal about £200m of electricity every year to grow their illegal crops, a study has found.
Wednesday 25 April 2012
Six public bodies were fined over personal data security breaches in the last year despite hundreds of reported cases, a report said today.
Tuesday 24 April 2012
The personal details of thousands of runners, possibly including politicians and celebrities, were made available to the public yesterday after a security breach on the London Marathon website.
Friday 13 April 2012
GCHQ has been threatened with cyber-attack tomorrow
Saturday 31 March 2012
Distressed and decaying amidst crumbling masonry Michael Vale’s brutalist set tilts and turns towards catastrophe like some sort of post-modernist installation. The Court of Mantua is a world off its axis in David McVicar’s much-revived staging of Verdi’s Rigoletto and as this world fornicates its way to extinction it’s as if the roaring boys from McVicar’s recent Rakes Progress in Scotland are on an away-day from Glasgow.
Thursday 29 March 2012
The News Corp subsidiary at the heart of claims it used computer hackers to crack rivals' technology made a £2,000 payment to a British police force for "assistance given to us in our work", The Independent can reveal.
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