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Chinese kettles accused of spying, sending data back to remote servers
A batch of Chinese kettles have been intercepted on their way into Russia, which had the ability to do much more than just boil water.
Is one terrorism death a year really too high a price to pay for freedom from intrusive surveillance?
One death in a year through a terrorist act seems too high a price to pay for freedom from intrusive surveillance.
Do we value our privacy as little as that, asks guest contributor Philip Le Riche.
British man accused of hacking US military servers, planting backdoors
28-year-old man accused of exploiting vulnerabilities in Pentagon computer servers, and accessing information about military personnel.
Amy Winehouse is a victim of the Buffer hack (despite being dead)
Whether you're a celebrity, a corporate brand or just an individual - learn a lesson from this security breach.
Buffer hacked! Spam sent from Twitter and Facebook users’ accounts
There's bad news for social media lovers, as Buffer - a service which can schedule your tweets and Facebook posts - has been hacked by spammers.
WordPress 3.7 released – complete with automatic security updates!
Automatic updating comes to self-hosted WordPress sites, with the hope of stamping out security vulnerabilities.
If you run a WordPress-powered website, check today which version you are running - and upgrade to "Basie".
NSA’s website goes offline. Human screw-up or DDoS attack?
The National Security Agency's website goes down.
Is it the work of hackers, or a just a regular technical screw-up?
Beheading videos are *still* being spread on Facebook
Shocking beheading videos continue to be shared on Facebook, without any warning of their horrific content.
Shouldn't Facebook be doing more?
Guy spies on what girl gets up to when he’s not about. Old story? Just see who the guy and girl are.
Europe is furious with the United States over the extent of its spying activities.
Must have made for some awkward conversations between Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Official PHP website hacked, spreads malware infection
The php.net website, the official home of the open-source PHP programming language, has been hacked and used to spread malware to visitors.
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