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September 3, 2011

Biological ‘Computer’ Destroys Cancer Cells: Diagnostic Network Incorporated Into Human Cells


Researchers led by ETH professor Yaakov Benenson and MIT professor Ron Weiss have successfully incorporated a diagnostic biological "computer" network in human cells. This network recognizes certain cancer cells using logic combinations of five cancer-specific molecular factors, triggering cancer cells... Continue Reading →

Supercookies: What You Need to Know About the Web’s Latest Tracking Device


Recently, online properties like Hulu, MSN and Flixster have been caught using a tougher version of the common cookie. These “supercookies” (aka “Flash cookies” and “zombie cookies”) serve the same purpose as regular cookies by tracking user preferences and browsing histories. Unlike their popular... Continue Reading →

‘Peeping Tom’ webcam blackmailer jailed for six years


A man from Southern California who hacked into over 100 computers, and used personal information stolen from them to extort sexually explicit videos of young women and teenage girls, has been sentenced to six years in prison. 32-year-old Luis Mijangos,... Continue Reading →

Hurricane Irene clickjacking scam on Facebook


States in the USA, such as Vermont and New Jersey, are continuing to deal with heavy flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. And we weren't surprised to find internet scammers attempting to profit from other people's misery. For instance,... Continue Reading →

UK student loans targeted by phishers in latest spam campaign


[Featured] CHFI & Digital Forensics Tutorial [Part 1] - Basics & FTK IMAGER Lab With British students about to start another year at university, the last thing they probably want to hear is that there is a problem with a... Continue Reading →

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