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11 days ago
Crooks are selling access to your firm’s hacked servers
Crooks are selling access to your firm’s hacked servers

Kaspersky Lab has uncovered an online marketplace where criminals sell access to more than 70 000 hacked corporate and government servers.

27 days ago
Lost your phone? Google your name
Lost your phone? Google your name

Google is trying to make its privacy and security settings more user-friendly.

42 days ago
LinkedIn moves on compromised accounts
LinkedIn moves on compromised accounts

Social network says it will invalidate accounts compromised by leak of 100 million logins.

51 days ago
Log in with your face
Log in with your face

With new facial recognition security your password could be written on your face.

54 days ago
Russian hackers steal millions of email details
Russian hackers steal millions of email details

Details for more than 272 million Gmail, Yahoo! and Hotmail accounts being traded by Russian cybercriminals.

55 days ago
Smart homes leave door open for hackers
Smart homes leave door open for hackers

Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a super smart home, but the ‘smarter’ a home is the more vulnerable it may be.

56 days ago
The Instagram hacker who is too young to use it
The Instagram hacker who is too young to use it

Ten-year-old gets $10,000 award for exposing security flaw in Instagram, a service he is too young to use.

SciTech News
29 Apr '16, 09:43am
FBI one step closer to full hacking power
FBI one step closer to full hacking power

US judges will have power of authority to issue warrants for computer access which could infringe the Fourth Amendment.

Science Discovery
29 Apr '16, 09:42am
Next-level data storage: DNA
Next-level data storage: DNA

Microsoft is testing a concept to store data inside the human genome which could be the most cost-effective storage method.

Internet
28 Apr '16, 6:04pm
Are beautiful people the unfairest of all?
Are beautiful people the unfairest of all?

Data from an elite European dating site included sexual preferences has caused controversy after it got leaked online.

SciTech News
26 Apr '16, 7:02pm
China proposes NGO law redraft
China proposes NGO law redraft

Several nations have pleaded with the Chinese government not to pass a new law which strictly regulates NGOs operating in the country.

SciTech News
22 Apr '16, 10:23am
FBI paid for most expensive hack - ever
FBI paid for most expensive hack - ever

FBI director James Comey said the agency paid millions to get into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters.

SciTech News
22 Apr '16, 08:02am
Aussie government admits to hack
Aussie government admits to hack

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull announces multi-million dollar government funding into cyber security scheme.

22 Apr '16, 07:55am
Hacking made easy
Hacking made easy

Mobile carriers with security bugs were used by the FCC to prove on television how easy it is to hack into an iPhone.

SciTech News
21 Apr '16, 09:03am
Google's antitrust issues linger on
Google's antitrust issues linger on

The European Commission has slapped Google with another charge claiming they use the Android system to push their own apps.