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IAAF reveal hacking by Fancy Bears has left athletes' TUE applications compromised – Mirror.co.uk

The IAAF has confirmed it has been hacked by the ‘Fancy Bears’ group and that information on athletes’ therapeutic use exemption (TUE) applications has been compromised. Athletics’ world governing body was notified of unauthorised remote access to its network last month but is unaware if information was stolen. Athletes who …

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David Tennant suing News Of The World for alleged phone hacking – Metro

David Tennant in 2016 (Picture: Getty Images) David Tennant is suing the now closed newspaper News Of The World for alleged phone hacking, nearly six years after the paper closed. Stephen Belafonte has his Hollywood home searched by federal agents His lawyers, Collyer Bristow, issued a claim for compensation at …

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The Russia “Hacking” Allegation: A Cyber-Gulf of Tonkin? – Center for Research on Globalization

echo ‘ ‘; ?> echo ‘ ‘; ?> The “cyber-security” firm that everyone is depending on to make the case for Russia’s alleged “hacking” of the 2016 presidential election, CrowdStrike, has just retracted a key component of its analysis – but the “mainstream” media continues to chug along, ignoring any …

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WikiLeaks says CIA disguised hacking as Russian activity – Daily Mail

WikiLeaks has published hundreds more files today which it claims show the CIA went to great lengths to disguise its own hacking attacks and point the finger at Russia, China, North Korea and Iran. The 676 files released today are part of WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 tranche of files and they claim …

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How Russia hacks you – CNNMoney

When a hacker wants to take over your laptop or steal your credit card, they will often use strategies you can learn about with a Google search. Russian hackers — including operators who target government officials and other high-ranking people — are no different. According to experts on a panel …

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Vladimir Putin Misquotes Ronald Reagan to Deny Election Hacking – NBCNews.com

Vladimir Putin misquoted one of the most famous U.S. presidential catchphrases of all time on Thursday, using the garbled expression to deny his government interfered in the American presidential election. Putin was asked on a CNBC-moderated panel discussion to confirm that he and his regime “never tried to influence the …

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This 13 year-old teen hacker has found bugs in Microsoft and Google – Techworm

Techworm This 13 year-old teen hacker has found bugs in Microsoft and GoogleTechwormHe is like every other 13-year-old teenager. However, what makes him stand out among others is his “ethical hacking” techniques that has even surprised the superpower countries like the U.S.. Meet Ahsan Tahir from Karachi, Pakistan, who uses …

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Ex-Sunriver firefighter sentenced for hacking chief's email – KTVZ

Former Sunriver Firefighter sentenced Related story BEND, Ore. – A former Sunriver Fire Department firefighter-paramedic who was president of their labor association was sentenced Tuesday to nearly 200 hours of community service, to be completed within three years, after he pleaded guilty to hacking the fire chief’s computer email to …

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