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dna
Cracker leaks information of 30,000 FBI and US Dept of Homeland Security personnelA cracker has reportedly hacked into the server of the FBI and the US Departmen
Cracker leaks information of 30,000 FBI and US Dept of Homeland Security personnel
dna / Posted 2 days ago
A cracker has reportedly hacked into the server of the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and stolen the names and details of almost 30,000 personnel. The hack was first reported by Motherboard on Feb 7, after the culprits... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Hackers release huge list of FBI employees | Irish Examiner Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Hackers have leaked 22,175 F
Hackers release huge list of FBI employees
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Hackers have leaked 22,175 FBI employees’ names, job titles and contact details. The US Department of Homeland... Read more
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The Register
Google calls out Comodo's Chromodo Chrome-knockoff as insecure crapwareGoogle security boffins have thrown the book at Comodo for turning off Chrome s
Google calls out Comodo's Chromodo Chrome-knockoff as insecure crapware
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
Google security boffins have thrown the book at Comodo for turning off Chrome security. As explained in this advisory today, users who install Comodo Internet Security may not realize that their Chrome installation is replaced with Comodo's own... Read more
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PR NewsChannel
Hillary Clinton email issue diverts attention from much needed cybersecurityCybersecurity was anticipated to be a huge topic in the presidential race, give
Hillary Clinton email issue diverts attention from much needed cybersecurity
PR NewsChannel / Posted 8 days ago
Cybersecurity was anticipated to be a huge topic in the presidential race, given the threat hacking poses to U.S. companies and the attack on the federal Office of Personnel Management (OPM) that was likely carried out by China. Yet, even as the... Read more
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Asian journal
What makes you deportableTHE power to give, take away, and deport. The United States does not welcome yo
What makes you deportable
Asian journal / Posted 8 days ago
THE power to give, take away, and deport. The United States does not welcome you with open arms. It allows non-citizens entry into the United States, under certain conditions. When these conditions are broken, you can expect nothing but the full... Read more
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International Business Times
Fisher Price's Smart Toy range found vulnerable to hacking Wi-Fi-enabled toys from Fisher Price could have put children's information on t
Fisher Price's Smart Toy range found vulnerable to hacking
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
Wi-Fi-enabled toys from Fisher Price could have put children's information on the line. Its Smart Toy range has been diagnosed with a security vulnerability that could leak the owners' information to hackers, a security analyst has... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Danbury
Brookfield Police Make Two Arrests In Bank RobberyBROOKFIELD, Conn. — Two people were arrested in connection with Monday’s robber
Brookfield Police Make Two Arrests In Bank Robbery
The Daily Voice - Danbury / Posted 9 days ago
BROOKFIELD, Conn. — Two people were arrested in connection with Monday’s robbery of the Union Savings Bank at 828 Federal Road, Brookfield police said Wednesday. When the two were arrested, they had in their possession bills with serial numbers... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
The Java browser plugin will die later this yearJava’s browser plugin, the software attackers just love to exploit, is going aw
The Java browser plugin will die later this year
WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 14 days ago
Java’s browser plugin, the software attackers just love to exploit, is going away. Oracle, who owns Java, is retiring the plugin a year from now in their next SDK update. The Java browser plugin is infamous for its security problems. It is a common... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
The Java browser plugin will die later this yearJava’s browser plugin, the software attackers just love to exploit, is going aw
The Java browser plugin will die later this year
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 14 days ago
Java’s browser plugin, the software attackers just love to exploit, is going away. Oracle, who owns Java, is retiring the plugin a year from now in their next SDK update. The Java browser plugin is infamous for its security problems. It is a common... Read more
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International Business Times
France and Germany among 5 countries that may face end of visa-free travel to the US Following the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris, the US passed a bill in De
France and Germany among 5 countries that may face end of visa-free travel to the US
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
Following the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris, the US passed a bill in December denying visa-free entry into the country for people with dual citizenship of Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria or those who travelled to any of these countries in the past... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
'Active shooter' at US medical centreAn active shooter and three gunshots were reported at the US Naval Medical Cent
'Active shooter' at US medical centre
Otago Daily Times / Posted 17 days ago
An active shooter and three gunshots were reported at the US Naval Medical Centre in San Diego, triggering a law enforcement response although there were no reports of deaths or injuries. The US Navy said in a statement, based on initial reports... Read more
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International Business Times
New US visa rule could make travel to the country tough for some Europeans The Obama administration has started enforcing a new visa rule that could make
New US visa rule could make travel to the country tough for some Europeans
International Business Times / Posted 21 days ago
The Obama administration has started enforcing a new visa rule that could make visit to the US harder for some European, Japanese and Australian travellers. The move is aimed at preventing Islamic State (Isis) extremists from entering American soil... Read more
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International Business Times
Super Bowl 2016: FBI warns of possible 'hi-tech attack' ahead of NFL game The NFL season is building up to its grand finale, Super Bowl 50, on 7 February
Super Bowl 2016: FBI warns of possible 'hi-tech attack' ahead of NFL game
International Business Times / Posted 22 days ago
The NFL season is building up to its grand finale, Super Bowl 50, on 7 February where nearly 70,000 fans will fill the Levi's Stadium in San Francisco and millions will watch it around the world. Being one of the biggest sporting events on the planet... Read more
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Asian journal
Proposed extension of OPT STEM helps would-be LPR’sTHE US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has recently proposed a new rule t
Proposed extension of OPT STEM helps would-be LPR’s
Asian journal / Posted 22 days ago
THE US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has recently proposed a new rule that would allow students in F-1 status or Optional Practical Training (OPT) who have studied in science, technology, engineering or mathematics fields (STEM) to extend... Read more
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News.com.au
Bunbury man in court over accessing and sending child sex abuse images with phoneA Bunbury man faces court for accessing and sending child sex images over his p
Bunbury man in court over accessing and sending child sex abuse images with phone
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
A Bunbury man faces court for accessing and sending child sex images over his phone. File image. A WA man who allegedly used his mobile phone to access and send child sexual abuse images is due to appear in court. The 32-year-old Bunbury man was... Read more
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Perth Now
Man in court over child sex abuse imagesA Bunbury man faces court for accessing and sending child sex images over his p
Man in court over child sex abuse images
Perth Now / Posted 29 days ago
A Bunbury man faces court for accessing and sending child sex images over his phone. A WA man who allegedly used his mobile phone to access and send child sexual abuse images is due to appear in court. The 32-year-old Bunbury man was arrested by... Read more
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Sky News Australia
WA man in court over child sex abuse imagesA West Australian man, who allegedly used his mobile phone to access and send c
WA man in court over child sex abuse images
Sky News Australia / Posted 29 days ago
A West Australian man, who allegedly used his mobile phone to access and send child sexual abuse images, is due to appear in court. The 32-year-old Bunbury man was arrested by police after a referral from the US Department of Homeland Security. He... Read more
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WA Today
Bunbury man in court over child sex abuse imagesA Bunbury man is in court on Thursday over child abuse images on his mobile. Ph
Bunbury man in court over child sex abuse images
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
A Bunbury man is in court on Thursday over child abuse images on his mobile. Photo: Greg Newington A West Australian man who allegedly used his mobile phone to access and send child sexual abuse images is due to appear in court. The 32-year-old... Read more
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asianage
Postscript PathankotOn January 10, 2016, the media reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, diss
Postscript Pathankot
asianage / Posted a month ago
On January 10, 2016, the media reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, dissatisfied by the manner in which the terror attack on Pathankot Air Force base from January 2-5 had been dealt with, despite prior intelligence, decided to set up a new... Read more
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News.com.au
US investigating Ukraine power grid hackTHE US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate a
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
THE US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate an apparent attack last month on the country's power grid that caused a blackout for 80,000 customers. EXPERTS have widely described the December 23 incident at western... Read more
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News.com.au
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack The US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
The US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate an apparent attack last month on the country's power grid that caused a blackout for 80,000 customers. Experts have widely... Read more
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Perth Now
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack The US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
The US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate an apparent attack last month on the country's power grid that caused a blackout for 80,000 customers. Experts have widely... Read more
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The Courier Mail
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack The US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate
US investigating Ukraine power grid hack
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
The US Department of Homeland Security says it is helping Ukraine investigate an apparent attack last month on the country's power grid that caused a blackout for 80,000 customers. Experts have widely... Read more
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iafrica.com
Panayiotou on trial in July?Chris Panayiotou (L) and his two co-accused, Sizwezakhe Vumazonke and Sinethemb
Panayiotou on trial in July?
iafrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
Chris Panayiotou (L) and his two co-accused, Sizwezakhe Vumazonke and Sinethemba Nenembe. Credit: SAPS Christopher Panayiotou will most likely stand trial for his wife's murder in July, it was reported. Panayiotou stands accused of hiring... Read more
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The Telegraph
Alert to students: pick your US varsity wellNew Delhi, Jan. 10: Higher education consultants and the central government hav
Alert to students: pick your US varsity well
The Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
New Delhi, Jan. 10: Higher education consultants and the central government have cautioned Indian students to be careful in choosing the American universities they seek admission to. The advice comes amid a controversy over the US denying entry to... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Man accused of hacking celebrities' emailsA Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' em
Man accused of hacking celebrities' emails
Sky News Australia / Posted 1 months ago
A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased movies and television scripts, personal information and sexually explicit videos that he then tried to sell. Alonzo Knowles, who was... Read more
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Weekly Times
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails'A BAHAMIAN man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' em
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails'
Weekly Times / Posted 1 months ago
A BAHAMIAN man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased movies and television scripts, personal information and sexually explicit videos that he then tried to sell. ALONZO Knowles, who was... Read more
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News.com.au
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails' A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities'
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails'
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased movies and television scripts, personal information and sexually explicit videos that he then... Read more
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Perth Now
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails' A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities'
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails'
Perth Now / Posted 1 months ago
A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased movies and television scripts, personal information and sexually explicit videos that he then... Read more
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The Courier Mail
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails' A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities'
'Bahamian man hacked celebrities' emails'
The Courier Mail / Posted 1 months ago
A Bahamian man has pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased movies and television scripts, personal information and sexually explicit videos that he then... Read more
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