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In the wake of large-scale online attacks on U.S. companies, such as MasterCard and Visa, which pulled support from whistle-blower site WikiLeaks, the British government is hunkering down over fears of similarly disruptive Internet activity on U.K. sites, a New Zealand newspaper reported. The New Zealand Herald reports U.K. National Security Adviser Peter Ricketts announced […] More
Police in the Netherlands on Saturday arrested a 19-year-old accused of cyber attacking the website of the public prosecution office as part of a bigger effort to support WikiLeaks, according to Reuters. Naked Security reported the DDoS attack on the prosecution website followed the Dutch police’s arrest of a 16-year-old in connection with cyber attacks […] More
Media outlets–including The New New Internet–have struggled to correctly describe the phenomenon Anonymous, labeling the loose coalition as hackers, online vigilantes and hacktivists. In an effort to set the record straight, Anonymous on Dec. 10 issued a press release to clarify what it really is and what it wants. Just don’t call them a group […] More
You do not get away with comparing WikiLeaks Julian Assange to the Taliban without ramifications–just ask Sarah Palin, whose political action committee website was cyber attacked this week after she urged the U.S. government to hunt the Australian down “with the same urgency we pursue al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders.” Anonymous, a loose coalition of hacktivists, […] More
Anonymous yesterday launched a DDoS attack against the website of the Swedish prosecution authority in response to the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, according to The Tech Herald.  The government-run website www.aklagare.se was unavailable most of Tuesday and early morning on Wednesday. As the site came back up again, a news release confirmed the site […] More
A bill introduced in the Senate yesterday calls for countries that fail to crack down on cyber criminals within their borders would lose U.S. resources and financial assistance. The bill, the International Cybercrime Reporting and Cooperation Act, would require the President to select “countries of cyber concern” and then make plans to help them combat […] More
Skimming is a big business. Internationally, 40 million Euros are scammed each year through ATM scamming, and domestically the numbers are  just as high. Worldwide $8.5 billion is lost from consumers and credit card companies. Skimming attacks almost always happen in the same way. Criminals paste a fake card reader over the actual reader. A […] More
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