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A retired four-star general pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to lying to investigators who were examining leaks about a secret U.S. government hacking program directed at Iran’s nuclear program.
After pleading guilty before Judge Richard Leon in U.S. District
The United States has formally accused the Russian government of masterminding a slew of cyberattacks on its political organizations and citizens with the objective of interfering with the election process in the United States.
Close on the heels of the
The White House said it was looking into a cyber breach on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House said Thursday it was looking into a cyber breach after what appeared to be a scan of first lady Michelle Obama’s
A blunder that Apple made in iOS 10 has weakened the encryption of iPhone data when backed up to iTunes
A flaw Apple introduced in iOS 10 has made it far easier for password crackers to brute-force data backed up
On September 6, the White House announced the appointment of Brigadier General (retired) Gregory J. Touhil to the newly created role of Federal Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). As the first U.S. CISO, Brig Gen (ret) Touhil will drive
Twitter sent a warning to some users that the social network said may have been targeted by “state-sponsored hackers.”
It’s unclear how many people received a letter from Twitter. However, the message warns hackers may be attempting to steal phone
A basic computer setup connected to the internet grants a malicious hacker the power to steal sensitive information, affect a company’s stock value, and hold corporations to a ransom with the click of a mouse. The advent of anonymizing technologies
Swedbank’s Swedish website went down last Friday after being hacked.
Customers were unable to log in, and carry out online transactions or contact the bank online, says Swedbank spokesman Claes Warren, who was speaking to Reuters
U.S. credit card firms ought to adopt biometrics in order to surpass the security standards of their European counterparts rather than simply catching up, according to a report by Fedscoop.
Peters’ remarks come at a time when the chip-embedded credit
TalkTalk’s chief executive has apologised to customers after a “significant and sustained cyber attack” on its website left millions of people potentially at risk of having had theircredit card and bank details stolen .
Police are investigating the hack amid
Facebook just launched a new kind of notification that will warn users if it suspects their account has been targeted by an attacker working on behalf of a nation-state.
“While we have always taken steps to secure accounts that we
Egypt has always had great credit in the development of science and technology. From time to another, a generation of scientists emerges in Egypt to change the world future.
Daily News Egypt conducted an interview with Egyptian-Canadian scientist Hatem Zaghloul,
Consumers rely on their smartphones for everything from snapping pictures to accessing email to storing sensitive personal information. And both hackers and the government are working to gather information from those devices.
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden on
Samantha Cameron sent messages via intermediaries at a shop in Chipping Norton to Rebekah Brooks after David Cameronreportedly “threw her to the wolves” during the phone hacking scandal, an excerpt from the former Tory donor Lord Ashcroft’s book has claimed.
Australia’s Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance has called on the privacy commissioner to investigate the circumstances of the “unforgivable” hacking of a journalist’s phone data.
On Saturday the Australian published leaked emails that detailed how a day
Edward Snowden’s leaks about American spy powers directly led to the end of a key program in Afghanistan, the nation’s top spy said on Wednesday.
By forcing the end of the program that recorded practically every cellphone call in the
1. Jonathan James
Known as “comrade” by many online, 15-year-old Jonathan James was the first juvenile convicted and jailed in the United States for hacking. James hacked into companies like Bell South, as well as the Miami-Dade school system and
Prison officials in Pretoria confiscated a computer hard drive fromparalympian sprinter Oscar Pistorius during a raid on his prison cell earlier this year, as part of an investigation into a Czech mob boss, according to reports.
One of the most prominent members of the Islamic State, British-born Junaid Hussain, believed to have been killed in a US air strike, had been encouraging and directing a series of plots against western targets, security sources have told the