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Further damage to Facebook’s reputation in a year rocked by scandals

The news that 50 million Facebook accounts have been breached is another blow for the tech giant as it tries to restore trust in...

US Government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant

US government websites have been hacked with a message supporting the Islamic State terrorist group. A message posted on the website of Ohio's Republican governor...

Putin: Russian state has never been involved in hacking

President Vladimir Putin said the Russian state has never been involved in hacking. Speaking at a meeting with senior editors of leading international news agencies,...

Youth jailed over global computer hacking business

A young man has been jailed for two years for setting up an online computer hacking business which caused chaos all over the world....

Teenage hacker who caused global chaos offered bulk buy deals to cyber criminals

A teenager's computer hacking business caused global chaos, cost millions of pounds, and even affected the life of Cambridge University, a British court has...

WikiLeaks to work with tech firms to defeat CIA ‘hacking’, says Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said his group will work with technology companies to help defend them against the Central Intelligence Agency's reported hacking...

Google says Android and Chrome systems ’protected’ amid WikiLeaks disclosures

US tech giant Google sought to reassure users of Android-powered phones and its Chrome operating system that it has already protected them from many...

9 ‘hackers’ held in Russian bank account thefts probe

Nine members of a major hacking group suspected of stealing millions of euro from Russian bank accounts have been arrested, Russia's interior ministry said. The...

Hackers claim to have shut down the Africa Cup of Nations website

A group of hackers claim to have shut down the website of the Africa Cup of Nations football tournament in protest at organisers holding...

No computer is safe, Trump warns, as he casts doubt on Russian hacking attempts

US president-elect Donald Trump has said "no computer is safe" when it comes to keeping information private, expressing new scepticism about the security of...

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