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GCHQ has been at the heart of the Edward Snowden leaks and been widely criticised for spying on internet activity

view of the interior of the McLaren MP4-12C high-performance sports car in New York September 16, 2010. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Researchers hack cars to remotely control steering and brakes

As more electronics are introduced into vehicles the danger from hacking attacks also rises

Bradley Manning is led by a military police officer as he arrives for trial at Fort Meade

Bradley Manning trial: Wikileaks whistleblower is a 'gleeful, grinning' traitor, says prosecutor

The judge in the case is due to issue verdicts within days

Julian Assange launches 'Wikileaks Party' by videolink from the Ecuadorian embassy

Mr Assange announced his own candidacy for a seat in the Australian Senate in the national elections later this year

the Robotic Reconfigurable Button Basher (R2B2) cracks the PIN number safeguarding your phone by simply trying every possible combination

3D-printed 'Robotic Button Basher' cracks phones' PINs using persistence, luck

Created by Justin Engler and Paul Vines, the bot simply guesses all the possible PIN combinations

Lakeland customers in hacking alert

Kitchenware store website asks users to change passwords amid fears their details have been stolen

Editorial: Openness should not be feared

Murdoch’s newspapers were not the only companies using hackers, blaggers and thieves

Darren Clarke thrashes around in the bunker on the sixth on his way to a quadruple bogey eight

The Open 2013: Bunker hell no bother for Darren Clarke

So the major winner from Northern Ireland is sneakily placed behind the leaders to make a tilt at the Claret Jug. No, not that major winner. Or indeed the other one.

Revealed: The secret manual of dirty tricks

Tracing agencies working on behalf of leading financial and legal companies used a 43-page ‘Blaggers’ Manual’ to train their staff

Rupert Murdoch has written to MPs to apologise for his outburst calling police 'incompetent'

Caught on tape: Rupert Murdoch apologises for slur on Met Police in secret Sun recording

Media mogul writes to MP Keith Vaz to retract 'totally incompetence' remark

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Demand soars for private jets

Niche merchant bank launches cyber security division

A niche merchant bank today launched a cyber security arm to advise clients on beating attacks on their computer networks.

Operation Elveden detectives to contact 419 suspected victims of bribery by journalists

Victims believed to include the Duchess of Cambridge, Paul Gascoigne, and a number of infamous murderers

Geek chic: Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange, with Daniel Domscheit-Berg

Julian Assange: The exposer exposed

The WikiLeaks founder's journey from teenage hacker to activist hero, then to international fugitive in a sex case, is inspiring a hard-diskful of film-makers. Nick Hasted has the data

Hacked microwave uses Raspberry Pi to accept voice commands

Hacked microwave scans barcodes for automatic cooking times

Modified using a Raspberry Pi the microwave also recognises voice commands and has custom sound effects

Ministry of Defence building in London

Government emails targeted by cyber-gangs

Sophisticated hacking networks in China,  Russia and beyond hit dozens of departments

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