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Chloe Madeley Rape Firestorm Draws Internet Trolling Crackdown

Chloe Madeley Rape Firestorm Draws Internet Trolling Crackdown

UK may quadruple jail time for those making anonymous online threats of physical harm against other people.

Aging ATMs Draw Intense Criminal Interest

Aging ATMs Draw Intense Criminal Interest

Industry insiders say that old machines and outdated security means that criminals can have a field day.

Facebook Scours Web for Stolen Passwords

Facebook Scours Web for Stolen Passwords

Reacting to data breach frenzy, the social network aims to help users know when they're at ris.

Online Fraud Costs UK Over £670 Million

Online Fraud Costs UK Over £670 Million

Get Safe Online poll shows growing problems, but rising awareness

ICO in Drone Camera Privacy Warning

ICO in Drone Camera Privacy Warning

As UAVs get cheaper and more popular, firms need to remember data protection laws

Staples Calls the Cops After Potential Card Fraud Incident

Staples Calls the Cops After Potential Card Fraud Incident

Retail chain could be latest to be hit as 2014 breach saga continues

Surging DDoS Amplifications Use Millions of Connected Devices

Surging DDoS Amplifications Use Millions of Connected Devices

4.1 million Internet-facing UPnP devices are vulnerable to being employed in massive reflection DDoS attacks.

Operation DeathClick Targets US Defense Sector

Operation DeathClick Targets US Defense Sector

Micro-targeted malvertising via real-time bidding engines elude most security approaches.

75% Of UK Online Population at Cyber-Risk

75% Of UK Online Population at Cyber-Risk

UK government says that poor password practices run rampant in an increasingly online world.

Hacker Halted 2014: The Fog of War can Cloud both Physical and Digital Battlefields

Hacker Halted 2014: The Fog of War can Cloud both Physical and Digital Battlefields

At the Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta, Carl W. Herberger, vice president of security at Radware, discussed Thursday the importance of cutting through that fog as organizations try to defend their environments.

Hacker Halted 2014: Zombies As Scary as a Successful Browser Hack

Hacker Halted 2014: Zombies As Scary as a Successful Browser Hack

At the Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta, security researchers Xiaoran Wang and Angelo Prado demonstrated on Thursday some weaknesses in the major browsers in use today.

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