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Ecuador court orders release of Swede linked to Assange

Quito - An Ecuador court ordered the release Thursday of a Swedish national with ties to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and who was accused of computer hacking, as his detention was deemed "arbitrary.

EU says 'Russian sources' tried to undermine European vote

Apo - EU officials said Friday that "Russian sources" stepped up a long-running disinformation campaign against the European Union in a bid to undermine the bloc's elections last month.

Radiohead defies hackers, releases trove of stolen music

London - Alternative rock legends Radiohead on Tuesday released an 18-hour trove of private recordings from their 1997 album "OK Computer" after getting hacked by someone seeking a ransom of $150,000 for the music.

Top Australian university reports vast, 'sophisticated' hack

Sydney - A top Australian university with close ties to the country's government and security services on Tuesday said it had been the victim of a vast hack by a "sophisticated operator" who gained access to 19 years of sensitive data.

EU adopts powers to respond to cyberattacks

Apo - The European Union on Friday adopted powers to punish those outside the bloc who launch cyberattacks that cripple hospitals and banks, sway elections and steal company secrets or funds.

Global $100 mln cybercrime gang busted

Den Haag - US and European police said Thursday they have smashed a huge international cybercrime network that used Russian malware to steal $100 million (89 million euros) from tens of thousands of victims worldwide.

Red Cross website hacked in latest Singapore cyber attack

Fpo - The Singapore Red Cross said Thursday its website had been hacked and the personal data of more than 4,000 potential blood donors compromised in the latest cyber attack on the city-state.

US indicts Chinese hackers over giant 2015 data breach

Washington - The US Justice Department announced Thursday the indictment of members of "an extremely sophisticated" Chinese hacking group that allegedly stole the personal information of more than 78 million people from health insurer Anthem in 2015.

Designing pacemakers that cannot be hacked

As medical device technology becomes more sophisticated, and is able to capture important data of clinical significance, so the risk that implantable devices could be hacked by a someone wishing to steal data or cause harm rises.

Julian Assange: a decade of stunning leaks of US secrets

Washington - The US government has regarded WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a dangerous national security threat ever since he and his organization opened a decade-long effort to expose US secrets -- from military files to embarrassing Democratic Party emails d...

Football hacker Pinto makes first appearance in Lisbon court

Lisbon - Rui Pinto, the Portuguese hacker linked to the Football Leaks whistleblower website, made his first appearance before a Lisbon judge on Friday.

Norway's Norsk Hydro hit by ransom cyber-attack

Oslo - One of the world's biggest aluminium producers, Norway's Norsk Hydro, said Tuesday it had been hit by a ransom cyber-attack of unknown origin, with hackers demanding a ransom.

Hungary court confirms Football Leaks hacker extradition

Budapest - A hacker linked to the Football Leaks website that has exposed alleged corruption in the sport will be extradited to Portugal from Hungary, his lawyer said Thursday.

Iranian hackers caused losses in hundreds of millions: report

Washington - Iranian hackers working to penetrate systems, businesses and governments around the world have caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damages, a report said Wednesday.

Hungary to decide on Football Leaks hacker deportation

Budapest - A Budapest court is set to decide on Tuesday on the extradition of a hacker linked to the Football Leaks whistleblower website that has exposed alleged corruption, sparking investigations in several European countries.

Eyeing Russia, EU girds for cyberthreats to Parliament vote

Paris - With campaigning for May's European Parliament elections shifting into high gear, security officials are preparing for potential attempts by Russia-linked hackers to sway the vote -- and potentially deepen divisions in the bloc.

Russia jails security official, anti-hacking expert for treason

Moscow - Russia on Tuesday handed long jail terms to a high-ranking security official and a cybersecurity expert after finding them guilty of treason, local news agencies reported.

Warning issued over attacks on internet infrastructure

San Francisco - Key parts of the internet infrastructure face large-scale attacks that threaten the global system of web traffic, the internet's address keeper warned Friday.

Canada helping Australia determine 'full extent' of hack

Ottawa - Canada's electronic eavesdropping agency said Wednesday it is working with Canberra to try to determine the scale of computer hacking on Australia's parliament and political parties just months from an election.

Australia says 'state actor' hacked parties, parliament

Sydney - Australia on Monday said a "sophisticated state actor" had hacked the country's main political parties and parliament, just weeks before a closely fought election.

New report into the extent of identity fraud released

Financial analysts Experian have released their annual “Global Identity & Fraud Report”. As well as highlighting concerns, the report indicates that consumers are willing to share more data with companies if this means enhanced security.

Data of 14,200 HIV positive people leaked in Singapore

Fpo - Confidential data of 14,200 people diagnosed with HIV, mostly foreigners, has been stolen and leaked online in Singapore, authorities said Monday, the second massive data breach in the city-state within months.

What are the implications of the Collection #1 breach? Special

A massive trove of leaked data, which was recently posted to a hacking forum, includes some 772,904,991 unique email addresses and 21,222,975 unique passwords. Will LaSala from OneSpan weighs in.

Manila ex-banker gets jail, $109 mn fine over Bangladesh cyberheist

Manila - A Philippine ex-banker was handed a lengthy jail term and $109 million fine Thursday in the first conviction over one of the biggest ever cyberheists which saw $81 million stolen from Bangladesh's central bank.

Suspect, 20, held over massive German politician data hack

Berlin - German police said Tuesday they have arrested a 20-year-old suspect in the case of private data stolen from hundreds of politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, and published online.

US companies urged to protect against foreign government hackers

Washington - The US intelligence community launched a campaign Monday to help US business defend against hacking by foreign governments like China and Russia.

Massive data leak targets German officials including Merkel

Berlin - Private data stolen from hundreds of German politicians including Chancellor Angela Merkel have been published online, the government said Friday, in a stunning breach of cybersecurity.

Massive data leak targets German officials including Merkel

Berlin - Private data stolen from hundreds of German politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, have been released online, the government said Friday.

Massive data leak targets German officials including Merkel

Berlin - Hundreds of German politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, have fallen victim to a massive online leak of private data, the government said Friday.

Hackers hijack Google Home devices to promote PewDiePie

Being spoof hacked is irritating enough, but to be hacked so that your device is taken over by footage of PewDiePie is arguably even worse. This is what has happened with thousands of Google Home and Chromecast devices.
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Screen capture of hacked website
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A still from the film We Are Legion about the Anonymous hacktivists
A still from the film We Are Legion about the Anonymous hacktivists
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Three men have pleaded guilty to US charges stemming from the Mirai botnet attacks that shut down pa...
Three men have pleaded guilty to US charges stemming from the Mirai botnet attacks that shut down parts of the internet last year
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A still from the film We Are Legion about the Anonymous hacktivists
A still from the film We Are Legion about the Anonymous hacktivists
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A screen shot of the Twitter account for the US Military Central Command, which was apparently hacked.
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Screenshot from the Mr. Robot TV show
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The CIA can infiltrate network traffic
The CIA can infiltrate network traffic
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Runa Sandvik demonstrates for Wired how a TrackingPoint rifle can be hacked
Runa Sandvik demonstrates for Wired how a TrackingPoint rifle can be hacked
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The logo to represent the hacking community LulzSec
The logo to represent the hacking community LulzSec
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Members of Anonymous protest a Scientology "church"
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LORAN Station Malone, Florida: View of middle section of transmitter banks.
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From the implantable device (pacemaker)  data flows to the physician s office  or in the case of an ...
From the implantable device (pacemaker), data flows to the physician's office, or in the case of an implanted defibrillator, the data can go from the operating room to the physician programmer and on to the patient support network. But all aspects of the system are vulnerable.
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New Chinese operating system named NeoKylin OS  looks almost exactly like Windows XP.
New Chinese operating system named NeoKylin OS, looks almost exactly like Windows XP.
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Who watches you surf?
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Heather Mills, the former Mrs McCartney, testifies to the Leveson Inquiry on February 9, 2012.

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