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  • Hacking Team scrambling to limit damage brought on by explosive data leak

    07.07.2015

    Who hacked Hacking Team, the Milan-based company selling intrusion and surveillance software to governments, law enforcement agencies and (as it turns out) companies? A hacker who goes by "Phineas Fisher" claims it was him (her? them?): The hacker has also previously compromised UK-based Gamma International, another provider that sells their spying wares to governments, and which has also been named an "enemy of the Internet." Phineas Fisher says there will be more similar hacks in the future: In the meantime, Hacking Team is scrambling to minimize the damage this hack and data leak is doing to the company.

  • Let's Encrypt CA releases transparency report before its first certificate

    06.07.2015

    The non-profit CA launched by the EFF, Mozilla and several other businesses and organizations is determined to gain and retain users' trust.

  • Plex forums hacked: IPs, private messages, encrypted passwords compromised

    03.07.2015

    Users of Plex's forums are being forced to change their password in wake of a breach that resulted in the compromise of some of their private information, including passwords.

  • Harvard University suffers IT security breach

    02.07.2015

    Discovered on June 19, the intrusion was first spotted on the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Central Administration information technology networks, but a subsequent investigation revealed that eight schools and administrative organizations have been affected altogether.

  • Cloned, booby-trapped Dark Web sites steal bitcoins, login credentials

    02.07.2015

    Someone is cloning .onion sites, and using the clones to intercept user traffic and offer modified content.




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