September 2013

30 September, 2013

WSJ: Iran Hacking U.S. Navy Computers, Ordered Forces to Attack U.S. … – TheTower.org


TheTower.org
WSJ: Iran Hacking U.S. Navy Computers, Ordered Forces to Attack U.S.
TheTower.org
The Wall Street Journal revealed late last week that Iran has been hacking U.S. Navy computers in recent weeks. The allegations, coming as the Obama administration ramps up talks with Iran over its nuclear program, show the depth and complexity of 

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Could John McAfee’s crazy anti-hacking device actually work? – Silicon Valley Business Journal

Could John McAfee's crazy anti-hacking device actually work?
Silicon Valley Business Journal
Could John McAfee's crazy anti-hacking device actually work? John McAfee pitching D-Central, a new computer-security company, at C2SV. Enlarge. Vicki Thompson. John McAfee pitching D-Central, a new computer-security company, at C2SV. McAfee was 

and more »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Kaspersky: Icefrog Hacking Group Based in Asia – CIO Today

Kaspersky: Icefrog Hacking Group Based in Asia
CIO Today
Hackers who hit personal computers used by Japanese lawmakers in a widely publicized attack two years ago are likely a cross-border outfit operating out of China, South Korea, and Japan, researchers from security firm Kaspersky say. Kaspersky gave the 
Report identifies new Asia-based hacking groupLas Vegas Sun
Hacker 'mercenaries' linked to Japan, South Korea spying: researchersReuters

all 4 news articles »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Ben Ashford, Ex-Sun Journalist, Charged In Hacking Probe – Huffington Post

Ben Ashford, Ex-Sun Journalist, Charged In Hacking Probe
Huffington Post
LONDON — British police are charging a journalist as part of an investigation into allegations of computer hacking and privacy offenses, marking the first charges under Operation Tuleta, one of three police probes triggered by the U.K.'s phone-hacking 

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Ex-’Sun’ Ben Ashford journalist charged in computer hacking inquiry – The Independent


Belfast Telegraph
Ex-'Sun' Ben Ashford journalist charged in computer hacking inquiry
The Independent
A former journalist at The Sun newspaper has become the first person to be charged as part of Scotland Yard's investigation of computer hacking and breaches of privacy. Ben Ashford, 34, who now works as a freelancer, has been charged with possession of 
Journalist charged in hacking probeBelfast Telegraph
Ex-Sun Journalist to Be Charged in U.K. Computer-Hacking ProbeBloomberg
First UK journalist charged over hacking computersPress TV
Zee News
all 34 news articles »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Former Sun journalist Ben Ashford charged in hacking probe – The Independent


Press TV
Former Sun journalist Ben Ashford charged in hacking probe
The Independent
It is the first charge to be brought under Operation Tuleta, the Metropolitan Police investigation that is being run alongside inquiries into alleged phone hacking and corrupt payments to public officials. The move comes amid calls from human rights
Ex-Sun reporter is first charged in UK computer hacking inquiryReuters
Ex-Sun Journalist to Be Charged in U.K. Computer-Hacking ProbeBloomberg
First UK journalist charged over hacking computersPress TV
Zee News
all 32 news articles »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

LA schools provide free iPads despite theft, hacking problems – BizPac Review


Cult of Mac
LA schools provide free iPads despite theft, hacking problems
BizPac Review
The goal is for every student in the Los Angeles Unified School District to be given an iPad tablet computer as part of an exciting $1 billion initiative to improve learning. But school officials at the nation's second-largest school system had no idea
LA Unified Wants Student Hackers on an Anti-Hacking PanelLA School Report
LA School District Didn't Plan On Students Hacking iPads In ClassCult of Mac
The iPad-hacking LA School Students Deserve ScholarshipsLinkedIn Today
KABC -AllGov
all 103 news articles »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Jury begins deliberations in federal hacking trial of West New York mayor, son – The Jersey Journal – NJ.com

Jury begins deliberations in federal hacking trial of West New York mayor, son
The Jersey Journal – NJ.com
NEWARK — This morning a federal jury began deliberating on the fate of West New York Mayor Felix Roque and his son, who are charged with hacking into and bringing down a website critical of the mayor that was created by a political foe. District Court 

and more »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Man confesses to hacking brother, freezing remains after argument in Spain – Fox News

Man confesses to hacking brother, freezing remains after argument in Spain
Fox News
Man confesses to hacking brother, freezing remains after argument in Spain. Published September 30, 2013. AFP. 58327c9ef7a56d7047f5042bdd32917b19980b52.jpg. Spanish police cordon off a district of Palma de Mallorca, on August 9, 2009AFP/File.

and more »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Spanish man carves up brother after home-share row – Fox News

Spanish man carves up brother after home-share row
Fox News
Madrid (AFP) – A 39-year-old Spanish man confessed Monday to killing his younger brother with a hammer, cutting up the body and putting the remains in the freezer after a tempestuous year of sharing the same home, police said. The suspect, from the 

and more »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Man confesses to hacking brother, freezing remains – Fox News

Man confesses to hacking brother, freezing remains
Fox News
Madrid (AFP) – A 39-year-old Spanish man confessed Monday to killing his younger brother with a hammer, cutting up the body and putting the remains in the freezer after a tempestuous year of sharing the same home, police said. The suspect, from the 

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Patients’ own heartbeat could work as anti-hacking password for implants – Gizmag

Patients' own heartbeat could work as anti-hacking password for implants
Gizmag
Remotely hacking a pacemaker or insulin pump should be impossible, but sadly it isn't. It puts the millions of people who use wireless medical implants at potential risk. Researchers at Rice University believe they have a solution: a touch-based device

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

UK Journalist Charged in Computer Hacking Probe – ABC News


Belfast Telegraph
UK Journalist Charged in Computer Hacking Probe
ABC News
British police are charging a journalist as part of an investigation into allegations of computer hacking and privacy offenses, marking the first charges under Operation Tuleta, one of three police probes triggered by the U.K.'s phone-hacking scandal.
Ex-Sun reporter is first charged in UK computer hacking inquiryReuters
Journalist charged in hacking probeBelfast Telegraph
Ex-Sun Journalist to Be Charged in U.K. Computer-Hacking ProbeBloomberg
London24
all 25 news articles »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Former Sun journalist faces hacking charge – London24

Former Sun journalist faces hacking charge
London24
A former journalist at The Sun has become the first person to be charged under a national inquiry into allegations of computer hacking and other privacy breaches. Comments; Email; Print. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Journalist faces hacking charge – Express.co.uk

Journalist faces hacking charge
Express.co.uk
It is the first charge to be brought under Operation Tuleta, the Scotland Yard investigation that is being run alongside inquiries into alleged phone hacking and corrupt payments to public officials. The move comes amid calls from human rights group

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Ex-Sun reporter is first charged in UK computer hacking inquiry – Reuters

Ex-Sun reporter is first charged in UK computer hacking inquiry
Reuters
LONDON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Detectives charged a former reporter from Rupert Murdoch's Sun tabloid with hacking computers on Monday, the first charges to result from a wider investigation into allegations journalists illegally accessed computer data.

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Journalist faces hacking charge – Belfast Telegraph


Belfast Telegraph
Journalist faces hacking charge
Belfast Telegraph
It is the first charge to be brought under Operation Tuleta, the Scotland Yard investigation that is being run alongside inquiries into alleged phone hacking and corrupt payments to public officials. The move comes amid calls from human rights group

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Ex-Sun Journalist to Be Charged in U.K. Computer-Hacking Probe – Bloomberg

Ex-Sun Journalist to Be Charged in U.K. Computer-Hacking Probe
Bloomberg
A former journalist at News Corp. (NWSA)'s U.K. tabloid the Sun will be charged as part of a computer-hacking investigation, prosecutors said. Ben Ashford, the first to be charged in London police's Operation Tuleta, faces two counts of possession of

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Journalist charged in hacking probe – Belfast Telegraph


Belfast Telegraph
Journalist charged in hacking probe
Belfast Telegraph
It is the first charge to be brought under Operation Tuleta, the Metropolitan Police investigation that is being run alongside inquiries into alleged phone hacking and corrupt payments to public officials. The move comes amid calls from human rights

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Liberty calls for bail time limit as journalists and others left on bail for … – The Guardian

Liberty calls for bail time limit as journalists and others left on bail for
The Guardian
The human rights group Liberty is calling for a six-month limit on the time people can be kept on police bail, as some suspects arrested in the Metropolitan police's linked inquiries into alleged bribes and computer hacking approach the second

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

29 September, 2013

Is hacking in self-defence legal? – The Southland Times

Is hacking in self-defence legal?
The Southland Times
In sport, sometimes the best defence is a good offence, but since hacking is considered illegal, organisations under a cyber attack only have defensive options. Or do they? A legal expert says retaliatory hacking might not be illegal in Australia. The

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Liberty calls for bail time limit as hacking accused still wait for charges – The Guardian

Liberty calls for bail time limit as hacking accused still wait for charges
The Guardian
The human rights group Liberty is calling for a six-month limit on the time people can be kept on police bail, as some suspects arrested in the Metropolitan police's linked inquiries into alleged bribes and computer hacking approach the second

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Riding a dragon: trespassing on the Forth Bridge and other ‘place hacking … – The Independent


The Independent
Riding a dragon: trespassing on the Forth Bridge and other 'place hacking
The Independent
In a forthcoming book, Explore Everything: Place-Hacking the City, he details how he and several others sneaked on to the Forth Bridge and climbed across its full 2,500-metre span. At one point, the group feared they might fall when it started to rain

and more »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Klinq is Growth Hacking Their Way to 500 Clients and Beyond – Tech Cocktail

Klinq is Growth Hacking Their Way to 500 Clients and Beyond
Tech Cocktail
When Klinq was in beta testing, they spent thousands on digital advertising, but the return on their investment was not there. You see, their margins were small, and spending $47 on Facebook mobile ads was not sustainable for their long-term success.

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by

Hacking through Patent Thickets – IPWatchdog.com

Hacking through Patent Thickets
IPWatchdog.com
Many of you are privy to the problem of excessive patents. You have all seen the articles about yet another cellphone company infringing on yet another patent, but what you're left with are questions of what all this activity means and how to use that 

and more »

Source: hacking – Google News

Filed under Blog by