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The VirtualThreat “I Got My Ports Probed” Contest

Enter The VirtualThreat “I Got My Ports Probed” Contest Today! All you have to do is upload a video to YouTube for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.  In the video you will need to say the following: —————————– ***** “Hi, My name is <YOUR NAME> and …

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Th3j35t3r Calls Bluff on Smedley Manning

Eduard Kovacs Softpedia  After many people suspected that he was setting up his own downfall in order to raise money for himself, The Jester (th3j35t3r) came forward to prove them wrong. It all started when a Twitter user named Smedley Manning (@cubespherical) published a number of screenshots that allegedly proved …

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Pirate Bay Suffers DDoS Attack from Anonymous Hater

Mary-ann Russon Network World A hacker who claims to hate both Anonymous and notorious BitTorrent website The Pirate Bay (TPB) has claimed responsibility for the DDoS attack that TPB has been suffering under for the last 24 hours. The Pirate Bay suffers DDoS attack The user, who goes by the Twitter handle @AnonNyre, has been …

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Android Smartphone Hackers Building Malware in Russia

Android Smartphone Hackers Building Malware in Russia

Antone Gonsalves CSO   The malware business growing around Google Android — now the leading smartphone operating system — is still in its infancy. Today, many of the apps built to steal money from Android users originate from Russia and China, so criminal gangs there have become cyber-trailblazers. Sophos and …

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‘The Unknowns’ Hacking Group Hits NASA and U.S. Air Force

'The Unknown' Hacking Group Hits NASA and Air Force

Liz Klimas TheBlaze NHGRHJJUWQGP A new hacking group with the name “The Unknowns” has targeted NASA, the European Space Agency, the U.S. Air Force, Harvard University and others but not as an outright malicious attack. The group has said it released information it hacked from these organizations to show them …

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Could ‘Bullet Time’ Stop a Cyberattack?

Could 'Bullet Time' Stop a Cyberattack?

Taylor Armerding ITWorld    Is a cyberattack by Iran against the U.S. a realistic threat? And if so, could it be defeated by a technique called “bullet time,” that slows Internet traffic just enough to give critical infrastructure defense systems time to respond? There is considerable disagreement over that, with …

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