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20-year prison term proposed for hackers of State secrets

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Cyber criminals, convicted of hacking into government databases to mine State secrets for sale to foreign countries, will serve 20 years in jail if Parliament passes a Bill seeking to tame the growing white-collar crime. The Computer and Cybercrimes Bill 2017, a revised version of a 2016 law, also proposes…

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Ticketmaster exec accused of hacking trade secrets

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Ticketmaster exec accused of hacking trade secrets

An executive at online ticket seller Ticketmaster has been accused of hacking computers and appropriating trade secrets by a rival. On February 16, Songkick filed an amended complaint at the US District Court for the Central District of California, Western …

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French government, wary of cyberattacks, shares defense secrets with political parties

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

French government, wary of cyberattacks, shares defense secrets with political parties

French security officials, sobered by the destabilizing effect that computer hacking and email leaks had on the U.S. election, have taken the unprecedented step of allowing government cyber-snoops share their expertise with political parties.
The goal is to help France’s

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So much for secrets: Hacking of NSA code shows a wide open world

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

So much for secrets: Hacking of NSA code shows a wide open world

The report that hackers may have obtained the code to the National Security Agency’s own key hacking tools and put it on the internet is alarming, to say the least.
At this point it is not clear if the hackers,

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Top 10 Secrets & Lies from The Teacher Locker Series

  Welcome to the Teacher Locker Series where we are unlocking secrets and revealing the perfect combination of resources to have an effective and successful start to the new school year. Let’s take a look […]

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14 Sexy Secrets to be Incredibly Good in Bed Every Time

You never want to be the one who sucks in bed. Learn these sexy secrets to be good in bed and blow the minds of every partner you have from here on out! Don’t lie. You know you want to be amazing in bed every time. Read More….

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11 Secrets to Give Good Head and Blow His Mind Every Time

Most men love women who get the job done excellently—and by job, we mean blowjob. Use these secrets to give good head, and blow his mind every time. If there’s one job that shouldn’t be like a job, it’s the blowjob. Read More….

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Secrets of the paedophile hunters: Anonymous ‘vigilantes’ reveal how they catch child sex offenders

Harper, who had been living at a hostel in Bangor, was this week jailed for two years after members of Anon United Paedo Hunters (AUPH) – who claim to be affiliated to hackers Anonymous – gave officers a computer disc revealing graphic online conversations he’d had with two fictional teenage girls called Lisa and Chloe, Caernarfon Crown Court was told.

Harper was confronted on camera by the masked group at Bangor train station on July where he believed he was meeting ‘Lisa’.

In fact he had been talking to an AUPH member called Emerald Blaze.

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15 Feel-Good Secrets to Feel Better About Yourself

Wallowing in self pity is the easiest thing to do when you’re feeling blue, but is it the healthiest? It’s time to pick yourself up and smile again. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []). Read More….

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Does China’s government hack US companies to Rob secrets?

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

This week, Chinese President Xi Jinping is making his first official visit to the US. It takes place against a background of accusations flung by both the US and China over state-backed hacking. On Monday this week, a US national security adviser warned China that the hacking must stop and said it put an “enormous strain” on the relationship between the two nations. How has China responded to the accusations? It has denied everything. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mr Xi said: “The Chinese government does not engage in theft of commercial secrets in any form, nor does it encourage or support Chinese companies to engage in such practices in any way.” He went on to say that cyber-theft of industrial secrets was a crime as were hack attacks against government networks. Both should be punished according to “law and relevant international conventions”. The president’s comments echo many others made by Chinese state spokespeople over the years who regularly dispute the accusations levelled at them. Are China’s denials credible? Not to Kevin Mandia, boss of security firm FireEye, who has spent 20 years helping the US government and its contractors clear up after data breaches and work […]

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