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  • Syrian hackers target White House staffers, Reuters

    30.07.2013

    The Syrian Electronic Army has been busy over the last few days, and has managed both to hijack the official Reuters Twitter account and to compromise personal email accounts of a number of White House staffers.

  • Twitter underground economy still going strong

    02.07.2013

    The Twitter underground economy and the fake social account market as a whole continues to gain momentum, and the financial motivations of this multimillion-dollar business remain clear.

  • Teens are into online sharing, but are also more privacy-aware

    23.05.2013

    Teens are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than they have in the past, but they are also taking a variety of technical and non-technical steps to manage the privacy of that information.

  • Twitter finally offers 2-factor authentication

    23.05.2013

    Following a slew of high-profile compromises of accounts belonging to media outlets such as AP and satirical news site The Onion, Twitter has finally implemented two-factor authentication to help prevent future ones.

  • Hacker leaks part of Candace Bushnell's unpublished book

    09.05.2013

    A hacker that goes by the name of "Guccifer" - the same one who has allegedly compromised email accounts belonging to the Bush family and some of their close friends earlier this year - has hacked the email and Twitter account of Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell.




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