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Toolkits now used in the majority of cyberattacks
Kits allow criminals without hacking skills to engage in cybercrime.
Jan 20 2011 12:48PM
Microsoft denies Kinect could be used to snoop
Gaming device passes one million sales.
Nov 17 2010 2:09PM
Security firm warns of advanced evasion techniques
Many may ignore threat.
Oct 21 2010 2:13PM
Twitter fixes cross-site scripting vulnerability
Exploit stole a user's cookie to distribute compromised links.
Sep 8 2010 2:41PM
Facebook fixes privacy bug
Flaw existed for unknown length of time.
Aug 13 2010 3:06PM
Critical flaws discovered in widely used embedded OS
500 million devices could be affected.
Aug 4 2010 12:55PM
New jail-break app gets iPad users free 3G
Turns iPhone into a 3G modem for iPad.
May 5 2010 6:32AM
Lada Gaga, Rihanna lyrics used to foist Java exploit
Attacks shut down song lyrics site.
Apr 15 2010 11:28AM
Cyclist accused of hacking French laboratory
Court issues arrest warrant.
Feb 18 2010 6:52AM
EFF kicks off browser tracking project
Analyse traffic monitoring techniques.
Jan 30 2010 7:02AM
Hacked Hotmail accounts used weak passwords
Majority were easy to pick.
Oct 8 2009 1:11AM
Microsoft takes aim at shady advertisers
Company files suit against purveyors of 'malvertising'.
Sep 21 2009 11:08AM
Retailers indicted in US$22m identity theft fraud
AT&T and T-Mobile get stung for million.
Aug 25 2009 1:17PM
California lawmaker wants satellite images blurred
A member of the California assembly has tabled a bill that would force mapping companies to blur out millions of images in case they aid terrorists.
Mar 5 2009 12:48PM
JB Hi-Fi caught selling used phones as new
JB Hi-Fi claims a 'procedural error' led to one of its stores selling used mobile phones as new - a glitch that has seen the retailer dragged over the coals by the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission.
Feb 27 2009 4:52PM
Dell launches inkless printer range
Dell is launching a new range of inkless printers aimed at the mobile user.
Feb 11 2009 3:23PM
Hackers clone passports in drive-by RFID heist
A British hacker has shown how easy it is to clone US passport cards that use RFID by conducting a drive-by test on the streets of San Francisco.
Feb 4 2009 3:55PM
Microsoft shows off future technologies
On the third day of Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference, Rick Rashid, senior vice president of Microsoft Research, showcased some of the projects the company is working on.
Oct 31 2008 12:10AM
Stolen SSH keys used for attacks
Linux keys harvested by hackers.
Aug 28 2008 4:01PM
First analogue computer used to predict Olympics
A new analysis of the Antikythera Mechanism, which is thought to be the first analogue computer, has shown it was used to not only predict solar movements but also plan for the Olympics.
Aug 1 2008 8:01AM
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