spyware

Trout sent to jail for 366 days after installing spyware

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Sex trial can hear spyware evidence, judge rules

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Councillor found guilty in spyware case

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Kurdish rebel hacker faces up to 10 years in jail

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Arrest for ‘housebreaker who installed spyware’

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Hackers smuggled into bank for £229 million heist, court hears

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Sacked worker used spyware to read former colleagues' emails

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Sophos versus police spyware in “legal hacking” debate

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Court orders company to stop selling spyware

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Virus attacks to “peak next Monday”? Yeah, right

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Virus attacks to "peak next Monday"? Yeah, right

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Trout appears in court in council spyware case

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Spy vs spy: Spyware found at Hungarian secret service

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Paedophile pleads guilty after wife installed spyware on his PC

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The spy who loved me: NASA, spyware, and online romance

It used to be the case that single men and women met down the pub, at pottery classes, or at the funfair just behind the dodgems. But today, with more and more people working longer hours, many – if not finding love in the workplace – are turning to internet dating websites for romance.


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German spooks deploy spyware against Afghan ministry?

An interesting news story broke this weekend in Germany. According to reports in Der Spiegel, the BND – Germany’s foreign intelligence service – used spyware to monitor the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Afghanistan.

Confidential documents, passwords and email communications are said to have been compromised by German spies, and sent to the BND’s headquarters in Pullach, Germany.


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