Guest blog

Lost on USB drive: Confidential data on every prisoner in England and Wales

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Madonna video leads to malware hanky panky

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Bank boss has his own identity stolen and account raided

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Angelina Jolie calls in the lawyers?

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Whoops! Another website leaks data and dates of birth

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Will fine for illegal game distribution result in P2P fair play?

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No, the BBC isn’t telling you about a gay video of the Georgian President

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Confidential data on thousands of students exposed by test preparatory firm

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Breaking news malware turns generic, exploits conflict in Georgia

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Hackers disguise malicious email attack as news from MSNBC

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Update on website attacks in Georgia and Russia

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Last chance saloon for NASA hacker

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Conflict between Russia and Georgia turns to cyber warfare

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No scone unturned in hunt for kids’ TV cookery show data?

The BBC has apologised and set up a freephone helpline after it was discovered that the personal details of children who had applied to participate in a kids’ TV show had been stolen.

The BBC says it has suspended the production of “Gastronuts”, following the loss of a memory stick containing the names, addresses and dates of birth of 250 children who wished to take part in a new television cookery show.

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Olympic Games coverage on news website hit by SQL Injection

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Up to 1800 profiles hit by malware attack, says Facebook

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