MySQL instances attacked by database blackmailers
US military to open its own GitHub repository
Telstra-built national cancer register running months behind schedule
Are users 'gaming' myTax to get bigger deductions?
Cloudflare reveals 'bad' data leakage bug
Don't have an account? Register now!
Facebook cops requests for user data, logs
Government mostly backs down on failed requests.
Feb 27 2012 11:42AM
EU finds privacy flaws in data retention regime
Data used for more than serious crime.
Apr 19 2011 4:15AM
US authorities zeroing in on Vietnamese-based fraud ring
Operation eMule kicks into gear.
Jan 5 2011 1:42PM
US authorities charge 70 money mules in Zeus ring
Follows UK arrests.
Oct 1 2010 1:39PM
HP caught up in Russian bribery scandal
Paid millions to win 2003 contract?
Apr 16 2010 6:18AM
Chinese hacker school shut down
Raid on Black Hawk Safety Net.
Feb 9 2010 12:10AM
'Citizen journalist' beaten to death by Chinese authorities
A man has been beaten to death in China by a gang of city inspectors for filming them attacking protestors with his mobile phone..
Jan 14 2008 6:55AM
WabiSabiLabi founder in custody with Italian authorities
Italian authorities are holding the founder of WabiSabiLabi, an eBay-like online marketplace for buying and selling zero-day vulnerabilities.
Nov 14 2007 10:13AM
Authorities hope arrest of Ukraine man leads to TJX orchestrator
Authorities believe the recent arrest of a Ukrainian man in Turkey on identity theft charges could lead police to the brains behind the TJX data breach.
Aug 22 2007 7:29AM
Authorities smash US$2bn piracy ring
Authorities in the US and China have broken up a piracy group accused of trafficking more than US$2bn worth of unlicensed software.
Jul 26 2007 2:46PM
German authorities seize Tor servers
Anonymous surfing network fingered in child porn crackdown.
Sep 13 2006 10:09AM
Spanish authorities hook phishing mules
Four people face charges in Spain in connection with an internet fraud scheme believed to have been orchestrated in Eastern Europe.
Jul 14 2005 2:46PM
Kenyan authorities worried over rise in cybercrime
Cybercrime cases are rising steadily in Kenya, according to Edwin Nyaseda, the Nairobi police commissioner.
Feb 23 2004 5:33PM
Most popular tech stories
CSC and HPE Enterprise Services unveil new company name: DXC Technology
Australian acquisitions form part of Deloitte's new 2500-staff Amazon Web Services unit
Kogan's beef with failed Telstra supplier ispONE finally comes to a close
Cisco partners pay for massive product replacement
Here are the best tech companies to work for in Australia
15in MacBook Pro vs Dell XPS 15: laptop showdown
7 accounting packages for Australian small businesses compared: including MYOB, QuickBooks Online, Reckon, Xero
How long will a UPS keep your computers on if the lights go out?
How do I make sure my email is properly synced between all my computers?
Fake ATO emails spreading malware
Top 25 fantasy games of all time
How to: How much RAM do you really need?
Half-marathon runner disqualified following fitness-tracker investigation
Review: Apple MacBook Pro
Head-to-Head: Synology DS216+ versus QNAP TS-251+ 2-bay NAS
20 key tips for succeeding at Rainbow Six Siege
10 advanced tips for Rainbow Six Siege
GST will soon be added to the cost of games on Steam
For Honor: Peer-to-peer, microtransactions and campaign dissection
18 pro tips from the Rainbow Six Siege world cup
How IoT will transform the automotive industry
IBM, Seebo to offer smart IoT product development
Smart lighting to illuminate Changi Airport
Why IoT is key to industrial energy efficiency
What IoT means for industrial enterprises
Don't have an account? Register now!
Forgot your password?