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DDoS Attacks And Database Dumps Might Hit Chinese Government Tomorrow

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DDoS attacks and database dumps might hit China.

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Apple Devices iJacked

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Many users on Apple's Support forums are complaining that their iDevices have been hijacked by hackers.

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Hacker Finds Way to Crack Hotel Keycard Systems

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Modern card-based locks are easier for the hotel to keep up with and are more convenient for the guests that use them as well, but how safe are they in reality? According to a Mozilla software developer, Cody Brocious, not nearly as safe as we would hope.

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Hackers Can Easily Track Your Mobile Phone, Says Study (Video)

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If you have nightmares about being watched, this will be your worst ever. Your mobile phone, the thing that you carry around almost everywhere, might be giving away your location to hackers. According to a new study, anyone with a cheap phone and open source software can easily track the location of a mobile phone (on GSM network, which provides service to 80 percent of the global mobile market) without the owner ever knowing about it.

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PSN Still Down, Was This A Retaliation?

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What could be one of the largest breaches in network security history, the PlayStation Network (PSN) was hacked over the last week where Sony admits hackers were able to retrieve the personal information and data of 77 million PSN accounts, including credit cards.

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Charges laid against iPad hackers

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Andrew Auernheimer and Daniel Spitler, the pair behind the theft of sensitive data belonging to more than 120,000 iPad users from AT&T's servers, have been charged for the hacking that led to their arrest last week.

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AT&T slams hacker group responsible for “malicious” attack

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The group replied last week saying it exposed the security flaw to inform and protect consumers, and refused to make public their discoveries until AT&T repaired the issue. In response to the FBI’s claim that they’ve begun investigating the incident, the hacker organization said simply, “We did not try to hack your iPads, your iPads are safer now because of us”. They also noted that all findings have been destroyed by both the hackers and Gawker Media’s Valleywag website who received the data from them.

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