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Corrupt call center workers selling your private information for pennies


[Featured] CHFI & Digital Forensics Tutorial [Part 2] - AutoSpy Case & MD5 Calculator (Video) According to the Daily Mail an undercover investigation in India has uncovered that some call center workers have been selling confidential information on nearly 500,000 Britons. Undercover... Continue Reading →

Duqu Malware, son of Stuxnet raises questions of origin and intent


Early today Symantec published an inside look at a new targeted malware attack called Duqu. This might not be important news if it weren't for its ties to Stuxnet. Early analysis of Duqu shows it has evolved from the Stuxnet codebase. We... Continue Reading →

Toshiba website hacked – email addresses and passwords exposed


Toshiba announced this weekend that a web server run by its US sales subsidiary had been hacked, and the email addresses, telephone numbers and passwords of hundreds of customers had been compromised. The Japanese electronics firm said that the server... Continue Reading →

Bastille Day malware spammed out to French computer users


July 14th is a big day in the French calendar as it celebrates the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille in 1789. Concerts and parades are held to celebrate La Fête Nationale, marking what is considered the birth of... Continue Reading →

David Beckham’s website defaced by hackers


The website of British football superstar David Beckham has been hacked, with an image of a hapless dog attempting to eat a bowl of food painted on a street sign. A message on the picture reads "ScooterDAshooter = FAIL" To... Continue Reading →

Hackers plant bogus celebrity stories on Sony Music Ireland website


If you went to the website of Sony Music Ireland (sonymusic.ie) earlier today you would have discovered some astonishing celebrity stories: Scientists have proved that the X Factor TV show is for the stupid. Two members of the Irish pop... Continue Reading →

Phishing and YouTube marijuana videos send man to jail for 13 years


A Los Angeles man has been sentenced to a total of 13 years in jail after being found guilty of leading an international phishing operation, and growing marijuana on an industrial scale in his house. 27-year-old Kenneth Joseph Lucas II... Continue Reading →

13th SONY HACK : Sony Europe hacked by Lebanese hacker… Again


By my count this is unlucky hack number 13 for Sony. A Lebanese hacker known as Idahc dumped another user database at Sony Europe containing approximately 120 usernames, passwords (plain text), mobile phone numbers, work emails and website addresses. The... Continue Reading →

Sony Pictures attacked again, 4.5 million records exposed


The same hackers who recently attacked PBS.org have turned their attention back to Sony by releasing the latest dump of information stolen from Sony's websites. While the information disclosed includes approximately 150,000 records, the hackers claim the databases exposed contain over 4.5... Continue Reading →

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