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Extensive hacking operation discovered in Kazakhstan – ZDNet

Chinese cyber-security vendor Qihoo 360 published a report on Friday exposing an extensive hacking operation targeting the country of Kazakhstan. Targets included individuals and organizations involving all walks of life, such as government agencies, military personnel, foreign diplomats, researchers, journalists, private companies, the educational sector, religious figures, government dissidents, and …

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Donald Trump STILL thinks CrowdStrike data firm has the hacked Democratic Party computer server – Daily Mail

Donald Trump returned on Friday to promoting a largely debunked conspiracy theory about corruption in Ukraine, claiming in a cable news interview that the data security firm CrowdStrike is in possession of a hacked Democratic National Committee file server. CrowdStrike is American-owned and based in Sunnyvale, California. Trump claimed on …

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Ohio lawmakers propose bill aimed at shutting down in-state hackers – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

Please enable Javascript to watch this video COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW)  — State Representative Brian Baldridge’s bill overhauls computer crimes for the State of Ohio. It moves a number of currently prohibited activities to a new section and creates additional crimes that can be charged. Many of the penalties of these crimes …

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Iranian Hackers Could Be Going After A Disturbing New Physical Target – Forbes

Iranian hackers are evolving their focus, targeting the so-called industrial control systems used by … [+] power grids, manufacturing and oil refineries, says Microsoft ASSOCIATED PRESS Iranian hackers are evolving their focus, targeting the so-called industrial control systems used by power grids, manufacturing and oil refineries. According to Wired, which spoke …

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KTMB to investigate hacking as possible cause of online ticketing glitch – Malay Mail

People are seen waiting for the komuter train at the railway station in Kuala Lumpur. ― Picture by Yusof Mat Isa KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — A glitch with Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB)’s online ticketing system caused severe disruptions during the first day of advanced ticket sales on Monday, …

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KTMB to investigate hacking as possible cause of online ticketing glitch – SoyaCincau.com

A glitch with Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB)’s online ticketing system caused severe disruptions during the first day of advanced ticket sales on Monday, and measures are already being put in place to avoid a repeat situation. According to The Malaysian Reserve, Chief Executive Officer Datuk Kamarulzaman Zainal said that …

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Arron Banks' private messages leaked by hacker – BBC News

Image copyright PA The Twitter account of Arron Banks, the founder of the pro-Brexit campaign Leave.EU, has been hacked. The perpetrator has leaked thousands of his private messages to and from dozens of other people spanning several years. In a statement, Mr Banks accused Twitter of taking too long to …

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Chinese hackers break into Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Safari in competition – Abacus

Hackers from China are some of the best in the world. But now that they’ve been discouraged by their government from participating in foreign hacking competitions, teams are instead converging on Tianfu Cup — the country’s most elite competitive cybersecurity event. Over the weekend, teams from Qihoo 360 and others …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Hackers are offering cash to expose scandal-ridden companies. Ethical hackers are concerned. – The Washington Post

Demonstrators wear Guy Fawkes masks and hold placards reading “Freedom Political Prisoners.” (Pau Barrena/AFP/Getty Images) THE KEY A controversial activist is rallying other hackers to crack into scandal-ridden companies and spill their secrets — and offering cash rewards for the biggest leaks. Phineas Fisher is offering up to $100,000 for damaging …

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This App Will Tell You if Your iPhone Gets Hacked – VICE

This article originally appeared on VICE US. A few years ago, Dan Guido’s partner couldn’t log into her bank account via the bank’s official iPhone app. The app kept alerting her that her phone was not secure. “Being a security guy, I freaked out,” said Guido, who is the founder …

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