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4 Sun journos, 1 cop bailed in police bung probe

Cuffed on suspicion of corruption after tip-off from News Corp
Police officers investigating allegations of illegal payments to cops as part of a larger probe of News International arrested four journalists on Saturday. All four were either current or …

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AGARI Advances ‘Fixing Email’ With New DMARC Programs: ‘DMARC for Hackers’ and ‘DMARC Fast Track’

PALO ALTO, CA, Jan 30, 2012 — Transforming email security and eliminating domain phishing, AGARI accelerates fixing email with new DMARC programs — “DMARC for Hackers” and “DMARC Fast Track.” AGARI’s “DMARC for Hackers” provides all the resources nee…

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Google spews out ‘privacy’ email to Sky punters too

Not just Virgin Media customers fuming over web giant’s intrusion
Sky users have joined Virgin Media subscribers in receiving emails directly from Google about its new privacy policy.…

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Facebook rewards hackers who find bugs

Tal Be’ery was happy helping Facebook fight hackers for free. In 2010, when the computer security professional was looking into how identity thieves, spammers and other con artists used fake Facebook profiles to mount scams, he discovered a flaw that p…

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Web giants take on phishing in quest to make the Internet better

Companies such as Google, PayPal, Facebook and Microsoft have teamed up to create a standard to help boost email security.

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Sacramento takes 3 sites down over hacking issue

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sacramento officials have taken the city’s main website and two other websites down over concerns they may have been hacked into.

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U.S. Charges Latvian Hacker in $2 Million Stock Scam

A Latvian man has been charged by the U.S. financial regulator for an alleged online stock fraud that cost investors more than $2million , and may have enabled him to profit over half a million pounds.

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‘Quantum Trojans’ undermine security theory

Can dodgy vendors compromise ‘uncrackable’ security?
A group of English and Canadian researchers has cast doubt on the nascent push to develop device-independent quantum cryptography standards, asserting that such schemes could be undermined by mal…

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BitDefender warns of hybrid ‘Frankenmalware’ computer viruses

Computers have become a part of just about everyone’s lives these days. Threats to computer security are therefore a very serious matter.

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Hackers-for-Hire Are Easy to Find

Sitting in his Los Angeles home, Kuwaiti billionaire Bassam Alghanim received an alarming call from a business associate: Hundreds of his personal emails were posted online for anyone to see.

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