British PM David Cameron says the news has been full of stories of the sheer brilliance of the GCHQ and the NSA.
Do you think their internet surveillance has been brilliant? And what do you think of Google and Microsoft’s initiative to deter paedophiles?
Why on earth would hackers plant child sexual abuse images on hacked websites?
Perhaps, argues Graham Cluley, it’s all about ransomware.
A ransomware attack takes a sinister twist – displaying images of the purported sexual abuse of children in an attempt to scare computer users into paying up.
Sometimes some good can come from poor computer security.
Malware threatens to contact police with evidence of child abuse material on your computer – unless you pay 3000 Euros.
Paedophile criminals are finding new ways to distribute images of child abuse, and hide them from the authorities, according to a new report by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).
The hacktivist collective Anonymous has declared war on internet paedophiles, attacking websites it accuses of carrying child abuse images and videos, and declaring that anyone who hosts, promotes or supports child pornography is a target.