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Evaluate Jul 29, 2016

Dissecting the Hack

In this excerpt from chapter three of Dissecting the Hack: The V3RB0TEN Network, authors Jayson E. Street, Kristin Sims and Brian Baskin discuss Bitcoin and digital currency. Continue Reading


By Bob Tarzey News Oct 17, 2016

The Yahoo hack – a numbers game

The theft of the email addresses and other account details of 500 million Yahoo users is a golden opportunity for cyber-criminals working with bad-bots. Continue Reading


By Karl Flinders Nov 30, 2016

Thousands of National Lottery accounts hacked

National Lottery operator Camelot says the log-in details of thousands of people who do the lottery online have been stolen Continue Reading


By Brian Holak News Sep 02, 2016

Dropbox hack and the password security conundrum

The Dropbox hack is the latest reminder that the end is near for traditional authentication methods. Also in Searchlight: VMware comes at cloud from a new direction. Continue Reading


By Christian Stafford News Aug 15, 2016

Bitcoin hack leaves investors apprehensive

Investors are nervous about bitcoin's future value after Bitfinex, one of the world's "big four" bitcoin exchanges, was hacked and had nearly $65 million worth of bitcoins stolen. Also in recent ... Continue Reading


Sep 16, 2016

Lauri Love: the student accused of hacking the US

How did a brilliant but fragile teenager from a rural English town end up facing life imprisonment in the US? Computer Weekly speaks to Lauri Love Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News Sep 15, 2016

Law enforcement hacking declared search under Fourth Amendment

A new ruling in a Texas court declared law enforcement hacking to be search in the definition of the Fourth Amendment, but experts say further clarification is needed. Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News Nov 18, 2016

White House confirms it warned Russia about election hacking

The White House has confirmed that it warned the Russian government about potential election hacking before the presidential election was held. Continue Reading


By Fiona O'Cleirigh Nov 15, 2016

Amber Rudd orders Lauri Love extradition to US to face hacking charges

Engineering student Lauri Love faces trials in three US states and a possible 99-year jail sentence for allegedly hacking into US government computer systems as part of a political protest, despite concerns over ... Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Nov 14, 2016

412 million user accounts exposed in FriendFinder Networks hack

Another huge data breach has exposed poor security of user details and continued poor user password practices Continue Reading