cyber crime

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    Adobe data breach more extensive than previously disclosed

    Adobe data breach more extensive than previously disclosed Adobe Systems said on Tuesday that the scope of a cyber-security breach disclosed nearly a month ago was far bigger than initially reported, with attackers obtaining data on more than 38 million customer accounts.
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    U.S. charges Briton with hacking into military, other networks

    U.S. charges Briton with hacking into military, other networks US authorities have charged a hacker in England with breaching thousands of computer systems and stealing massive amounts of confidential data.
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    US proposes minimal corporate cybersecurity standards

    US proposes minimal corporate cybersecurity standards The US unveiled a draft of voluntary standards that companies can adopt to boost cybersecurity
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    Cyber-crime in SA a national crisis

    Cyber-crime in SA a national crisis The FBI in the United States listed South Africa as the sixth most active country where cyber crime took place.
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    France tells US to stop snooping, but backs off fight

    France warns US over NSA spy programme France on Tuesday warned the United States to stop snooping on the telephone calls of its citizens but backed away from picking a fight with its ally over the issue.
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    Russian spy agency seeks to expand Internet surveillance

    Russian spies to expand Internet surveillance Russian authorities are moving to expand surveillance of the Internet
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    Wall Street banks learn how to survive in staged cyber attack

    Wall Street bankers stage cyber attack In a staged simulation called Quantum Dawn 2, bank security executives were tasked with detecting how a massive cyber attack was unfolding in the markets
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    Cyber warrior shortage hits anti-hacker fightback

    Cyber warrior shortage affects fight against hackers Google plans to launch new product-endorsement ads incorporating photos, comments and names of its users
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    U.S. indicts 13 suspected members of hacker group Anonymous

    U.S. indicts 13 suspected members of hacker group Anonymous The US brought criminal charges against 13 suspected members of the hacking group Anonymous
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    Adobe says customer data, source code accessed in cyber attack

    Adobe says customer data, source code accessed in cyber attack Adobe said it was the victim of a sophisticated cyber attack on its networks
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    US admits testing cellphone tracking

    US admits testing cellphone tracking National Security Agency chief Gen. Keith Alexander revealed Wednesday that his spy agency once tested whether it could track Americans’ cell phone locations, in addition to its practice of sweeping broad information about calls made.
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    U.S. opposes tech companies' request to reveal spying demands

    US opposes disclosure of spying demands US Justice Department tells a secret surveillance court that it opposes requests from technology companies to reveal more about spying demands
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    UK journalist charged in computer hacking probe

    Journalist charged in computer hacking probe British police are charging a journalist as part of an investigation into allegations of computer hacking and privacy offenses
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    Hacker 'mercenaries' linked to Japan, South Korea spying: researchers

    Hacker 'mercenaries' linked to Japan, South Korea spying: researchers A small, sophisticated international hacking group was responsible for dozens of previously undisclosed breaches at government agencies and strategic companies in Japan and South Korea
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    SA Western Cape Parliament hacker accused appears in court

    SA Western Cape Parliament hacker accused appears in court A woman accused of hacking the internet system of Parliament’s operations officer appeared in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Cape Town on Wednesday.
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    Hacker group in China linked to big cyber attacks: Symantec

    Chinese hackers for hire behind world’s largest cyber-attacks Researchers have discovered a group of highly sophisticated hackers operating for hire out of China, and it linked them to some of the best-known espionage attacks in recent years.
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    Belgium the latest victim of cyber-spying

    Belgium the latest victim of cyber-spying Belgium said it is investigating suspected foreign state espionage against its main telecoms company, pointing the finger at the United States.
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    Hacker steals data of two million Vodafone customers

    Hacker steals data of two million Vodafone customers A hacker has stolen the names, addresses and bank account numbers of about 2 million Vodafone Germany customers
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    Assange decries WikiLeaks film, "The Fifth Estate"

    Assange decries WikiLeaks film, "The Fifth Estate" The Toronto International Film Festival première's Bill Condon's dramatization of Assange and WikiLeaks, "The Fifth Estate"
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    Wikileak's Julian Assange files spying charges against US

    Wikileak’s Assange files spying charges against US WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has filed charges in Germany claiming a US Marines intelligence officer spied on him
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