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Accidental ‘pocket dials’ are now admissible in evidence against you, the US Appeals court has ruled.
Information security could use some good news right now, something to offset the string of bad news about data breaches and system vulnerabilities; so how about this: “Cyber Criminal Forum Taken Down, Members Arrested in 20 Countries”.
Skype users have been advised by Microsoft to change their passwords following reports that ‘spoofed’ messages are being sent without user permission.
The 37 million users of hacked infidelity site Ashley Madison are at risk of having their names and private details leaked, reports The Verge.
A Morrisons employee with a grudge was responsible for posting personal data of nearly 100,000 staff onto the internet, a court heard.
British teen Seth Nolan Mcdonagh, aka “narko” has been sentenced for his role in a 2013 attack which slowed the internet around the world.
United Airlines has paid out two million flight miles to two security researchers who uncovered 14 separate vulnerabilities in the company’s operation.
International law enforcement agencies have arrested more than 60 people suspected of carrying out cybercrime associated with the Darkode forum.
A planned Defcon talk around a low-cost privacy device called ProxyHam has been cancelled.