Two LulzSec hackers plead guilty to hacking charges
Two LulzSec hackers plead guilty to hacking charges
                                       

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Two hackers plead guilty to LulzSec attacks on Web sites

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Ryan Cleary and Jake Davis, aka "Topiary," plead guilty to DDoS attacks; two others plead not guilty. The charges centered on events in a 50-day hacking spree last year. [Read more]...
Two hackers plead guilty to LulzSec attacks on Web sites
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Two LulzSec hackers plead guilty to DDoS attacks

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Ryan Cleary, 24, and Jake "Topiary" Davis, 19, have both entered guilty pleas to two charges of disabling websites belonging to, among others, the National Health Service, News International, Sony, Nintendo, and the Arizona State Police. Both, however, denied two charges that they had posted "unlawfully obtained confidential computer data"...
Two LulzSec hackers plead guilty to DDoS attacks

UK Lulzsec hackers plead guilty

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Two members of a computer hacking group plead guilty to attacking several high profile websites, but deny other charges....
UK Lulzsec hackers plead guilty

Lawyers Get Vigilant on Cybersecurity

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As hackers step up attacks on law firms, attorneys are being forced to master a subject few of them studied in law school: Cybersecurity. Lawyers, who increasingly rely on email, smartphones and other mobile devices to handle deals and other confidential matters, are being asked to encrypt messages, resist using...
Lawyers Get Vigilant on Cybersecurity

Lawyers Get Vigilant on Cybersecurity

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As hackers step up attacks on law firms, attorneys are being forced to master a subject few studied in law school: cybersecurity....
Lawyers Get Vigilant on Cybersecurity

BlueHat Hackers Stymie a Widespread Exploit

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Microsoft's three finalists in its hacking contest successfully detected and defeated a common exploit; a winner will take the $250,000 prize....
BlueHat Hackers Stymie a Widespread Exploit

Facebook And Zynga Have Finally Launched Their Ad Partnership (FB, ZNGA)

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It's been more than two years in the making, but Zynga, the giant social-gaming company, has finally started running ads placed by Facebook. Inside Facebook first noticed that the social network's targeted ads now appear on Zynga.com. They're pretty much identical to the Sponsored Stories and other ad formats Facebook...
Facebook And Zynga Have Finally Launched Their Ad Partnership (FB, ZNGA)

U.S. Military Hunts for Safe Smartphones for Soldiers

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With soldiers embracing smartphones like the rest of us, the Defense Department is exploring ways to keep them safe from hackers and enemy fighters....
U.S. Military Hunts for Safe Smartphones for Soldiers
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