Simurgh's developers warn against downloading their software from third-party sites. Web users in Iran and Syria aiming to circumvent censorship controls are being targeted with spyware, according to security researchers.
Today's THVCyber Crimes Unit arrests Boone Co. man for child pornToday's THVLITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Attorney General's Office announced Friday that the Cyber Crimes Unit arrested a Boone County man for child porn charges.
ValueWalkFacebook Rubbishes Anonymous Hacking ClaimsValueWalkBy Nicholas Maithya Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has rubbished claims by internet hacking group Anonymous that it was the one behind the seething downtime experienced by Facebook users today.
Cyber criminals using new tricks for break-insBusinessWeekThe software captures the user's online banking credentials as they are typed Called "phishing," this tactic involves sending an email that falsely claims to be an established legitimate enterprise...
Fake Steam keygen hides Trojan spywareGMA NewsA new Trojan spyware is making the rounds of the Internet, masquerading as a key generator for the Steam gaming platform, a computer security firm warned this week.
Blog Watch Citizen Media (blog)Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 passed on final readingBlog Watch Citizen Media (blog)5808, also known as the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 was passed by Congress on third and final reading.
Runa from the Tor project, which oversees production of the anti-censorship/anti-surveillance technology, sez, "We have managed to determine exactly how Ethiopia blocks Tor and we have developed a workaround.
INFORMATION WARFARE: Chinese Internet Police Have A New WeaponStrategy PageJune 3, 2012: For several years now the Chinese government has been trying to control the flow of information, especially stuff embarrassing to the government, on the...
“It seems as if Hacktivisms blip appeared on the threat radar almost completely out of the blue with Anonymous Operation Payback. Anonymous didnt invent Hacktivism, but until then it was mostly limited to wannabe Jihadist ...
Students taking to cyber crime for funTimes of IndiaLike Chouhan, students in the city are taking to cyber crimes just for fun or carrying out small acts of revenge on their teachers, girlfriends and even colleges in which they study.
Washington TimesNew 'Flame' spyware could be next super cyberweapon –Kaspersky, ITUGMA NewsA new sophisticated malicious program is now being actively used as a cyberweapon against entities in several countries, a computer security firm warned.
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Cyber terror targets utilitiesNews24Security experts have warned that electric installations like the one run by the Kansai Electric Power Company in Japan might be vulnerable to cyber attack. (AP) Data trails do tell tales - True crime.