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New French eID card to tackle identity theft

Identity theft is a growing issue in many countries with 80,000 cases per year in France alone, according to the French Interior Ministry. For this reason the French National …

A new approach to circumventing state-level Internet censorship

A group of researchers led by J. Alex Halderman, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Michigan, have been working on a new …

U.S. military contractors targeted with malicious PDFs

The last few months have seen a lot of cyber attacks aimed at U.S. military contractors and they are still ongoing. F-Secure researchers have recently spotted an email …

EU data breach notification law under advisement

The recent onslaught of cyber attacks against a variety of companies big and small and the consequent compromises of user information gathered by them has led the European …

Vulnerable firmware could destabilize Internet-enabled technologies

Kill switches and backdoors inserted at the point of manufacture could act as a conduit for organized criminals or foreign states to access internet-enabled devices, according …

Law enforcement supports new U.S. data retention bill

A new proposal for a U.S. federal law that would compel ISPs to retain logs regarding their customers for 18 months is currently being discussed in the House of …

U.S. to consider a new, secure Internet

While Iran thinks about instituting a national Internet in order to minimize the “poisoning” of Iranian minds with Western ideas and culture, the U.S. is toying …

U.S. government-funded labs targeted by cyber attacks

It’s safe to say that successful U.S. companies, government facilities and military contractors are by now to aware that they should always be on the lookout for cyber …

Anonymous leaks new batch of government and company data

Anonymous has made available for download another batch of data, including those belonging to the Zimbabwean government, Mosman Municipal Council, Universal Music Group …

FBI search for LulzSec hackers leads to Iowa woman

Government and law enforcement agencies’ efforts to discover who is behind the recently disbanded LulzSec have increased as Operation AntiSec still goes strong. And …

Protect your computer and phone from illegal police searches

Your computer, your phone, and your other digital devices hold vast amounts of personal information about you and your family. Can police officers enter your home to search …

LulzSec leaks classified Arizona law enforcement documents

“We are releasing hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses and passwords belonging to …

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