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Apple, Google, Microsoft tell GCHQ to drop 'ghost' spy protocol
Violates human rights, privacy and creates dangerous cyber risks.
May 31 2019 8:10AM
Huawei US$2 billion security pledge followed walkout by GCHQ - sources
Perceived failure to fix security holes in its products.
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Brit spies 'solve' interception without encryption breaking problem
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Hackers launch malware attacks on energy and transport companies
GreyEnergy linked to Russia's GRU military intelligence.
Oct 18 2018 6:32AM
Britain's mass web-spying faulted by European rights court
Programme violated privacy and free speech.
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British govt hackers report vulnerabilities to Apple
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British spy agencies' secret mass surveillance revealed
"Bulk personal datasets" could contain all recorded data on an individual.
Apr 22 2016 6:36AM
Snowden leak reveals UK spies' big data surveillance
Hadoop, MapReduce study captured data.
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XKEYSCORE global spy system detailed in new Snowden leaks
Staggering scale of surveillance revealed.
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Snowden exposes spy agencies' software cracking spree
Targets revealed in new document drop.
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The clock ticks for Abbott's cyber review
[Blog post] Comms Alliance weighs in.
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UK spies claim broad powers to hack worldwide
Admit to using vulnerabilities for intelligence gathering.
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[Blog post] STIX and stones.
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Mass interception of email lawful, UK parliamentary committee finds
Thousands of emails a day captured, but only a few are read.
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A/NZ agencies spy on 'friendlies' for NSA
Leak reveals sigint ops against Pacific countries, SE Asia.
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Gemalto confirms spy agency network intrusion
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Gemalto claims SIM cards are still secure
As Japanese telco launches its own investigation into hacking claims.
Feb 24 2015 7:10AM
US, UK spy agencies raid Gemalto SIM encryption keys
"Game over for cellular encryption".
Feb 20 2015 10:22AM
QWERTY keylogger linked to Regin malware
Government developers thought to be behind both APTs.
Jan 28 2015 5:58AM
UK and US to collaborate on war games
Two nations will test other's defenses.
Jan 18 2015 3:50PM
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