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Twitter sues US Justice for right to disclose surveillance requests

Twitter sues US Justice for right to disclose surveillance requests

Cites violation of First Amendment rights.
Oct 8 2014 6:48AM
Hell Pizza customer database hacked

Hell Pizza customer database hacked

Personal details of 230,000 customers revealed.
Jul 27 2010 12:01PM
New Facebook malware promises to reveal identities

New Facebook malware promises to reveal identities

Spammers latch onto Honesty Box app.
Nov 6 2009 11:21AM
CTO defends researcher's decision to reveal SCADA exploit

CTO defends researcher's decision to reveal SCADA exploit

One technologist wants the public to understand why releasing exploit code for a dangerous vulnerability is sometimes the right thing to do.
Sep 15 2008 11:52AM
Nasa boffins reveal aurora trigger

Nasa boffins reveal aurora trigger

Nasa scientists have uncovered the precise event that triggers the auroras of light at the Earth's polar regions.
Jul 30 2008 8:14AM
Congressmen reveal China-based PC hackings

Congressmen reveal China-based PC hackings

Two US lawmakers said on Wednesday that their office computers were infiltrated by hackers operating out of China.
Jun 12 2008 3:25PM
Researchers reveal Windows buffer overflow flaw

Researchers reveal Windows buffer overflow flaw

Researchers last week revealed an unpatched buffer overflow bug in Windows that could allow an attacker to take control of an affected machine.
Sep 19 2007 1:52PM
Whitehall emails reveal ID card fears

Whitehall emails reveal ID card fears

Doubts about the technical feasibility of the national ID card scheme have
been leaked to the press.
Jul 11 2006 2:11PM
Metasploit creator to reveal a flaw every day this month

Metasploit creator to reveal a flaw every day this month

A bug a day certainly won't keep the hackers away – not after a security researcher has pledged to publish information about a new web browser vulnerability each day during July.
Jul 6 2006 10:15PM
Data breaches reveal lack of encryption

Data breaches reveal lack of encryption

A California medical group could have avoided a huge headache if it had encrypted the patient data stored on two computers that were stolen, a security executive noted.
Apr 11 2005 5:45PM

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