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National Autistic Society petition Downing Street over NASA hacker extradition

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Spammers hack New York Times account on Twitter

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Malicious JSRedir-R script found to be biggest malware threat on the web

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Patchtastic! Updates for PowerPoint, PDFs and Mac OS X

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France threatens draconian internet piracy law

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Man Pleads Guilty To Scientology Cyberattack

A 19-year-old man has admitted to launching a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that brought down Scientology Websites.

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Why you shouldn’t reveal your porn star name on Twitter

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BitTorrent on iPhone? Apple says “no thanks”

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Don’t open that Western Union Transfer email

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Why bogus Microsoft patches aren’t always malicious

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Why I lied on Swiss TV last night

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Spammers Deluge Inboxes With Mother’s Day Offers

I never thought I would be thanking spammers for anything — but they’re the ones who reminded me about Mother’s Day.

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Spammers offer free Viagra with Tamiflu pills

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WorldPay card transactions carry malware danger

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Facebook Flaw Reveals Personal Email Addresses

Facebook has moved quickly to patch a security loophole that potentially allowed identity thieves and spammers to gather users’ personal email addresses.

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34% of resold hard drives contain personal data, study reveals

Researchers found that a disturbing number of hard drives sold on auction websites and at computer fairs contain sensitive information.


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