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China blamed for US federal bank insurer hacks
Multiple breaches recorded at FDIC since 2010.
Jul 14 2016 5:16AM
US SEC busts suspected stock exchange hacking scheme
Claims UK man hijacked investor accounts.
Jun 23 2016 12:25PM
Tech coalition seeks to halt US govt mass hacking law
Advocacy decries criminal procedure changes as dangerous.
Jun 22 2016 6:10AM
Thousands of hacked Aussie servers for sale on forum
xDedic offers access to over 70,000 systems.
Jun 17 2016 6:41AM
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'DIY guide' details long, well-planned attack.
Apr 19 2016 9:14AM
Journalist handed two-year sentence for role in hack
Will fight conviction and sentence.
Apr 14 2016 11:07AM
Hackers charge big bucks for stolen Aussie creds
Report reveals black market rates for digital crimes.
Apr 6 2016 12:00PM
Anti-DDoS firm Staminus ransacked by hackers
The KKK's data taken away.
Mar 13 2016 2:57PM
North Korea linked to Sony hack attack: researchers
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Feb 25 2016 6:18AM
Linux Mint falls victim to attackers
Shells, PHP mailer access offered for spamming.
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Experian blasted after massive data breach
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Compensation not disclosed.
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ICANN website passwords captured by hacker
Users asked to reset passphrases.
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Police shut down 'Darkode' hacking forum
International law enforcement arrests 28.
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When spyware merchants get hacked
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US govt HR office data leak sparks blackmail fears
Hackers may have nabbed staff security clearance data in second breach.
Jun 15 2015 2:35AM
iiNet investigates alleged theft of customer database
Hacker claims to have data to sell.
Jun 9 2015 6:40AM
Massive US data breach exposes 4 million govt workers
Blamed on foreign entity.
Jun 5 2015 9:13AM
Australia spared the worst of rise in web attacks: Akamai
Report paints bleak picture of increasingly hostile internet.
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