UK Lulzsec hackers plead guilty

UK Lulzsec hackers plead guilty

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

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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....
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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....
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Finalists in Microsoft's $250K contest take on 'most-pressing' exploit tactic

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A bunch of hackers, the Underground Nazi Hacktivist Group (UGNazi), say they were responsible for Twitter's outage yesterday. In an interview with The Telegraph, a spokesperson for the group named Cosmo was pleasantly surprised how simple it was to take down the social network. “It wasn’t really difficult at all, I...
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