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Teenager faces Mumsnet hacking charge
A teenager is charged with a hacking attack on Mumsnet, which caused the parenting site to reset its 7.7 million members' passwords.
[BBC]

Hacker advertises details of 117 million LinkedIn users on darknet
List of user IDs and passwords, allegedly sourced from cyber-attack in 2012, put on sale for around £1,500 as site says it is taking action A hacker claiming to have the log in details of millions of LinkedIn users is advertising the data for sale online. The extensive list of user IDs and (...)
[The Guardian]

Hackers spy on pro-Russia separatists in Ukraine
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Can hackers attack the global financial system?
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Hackers' website breached by hacker
The private messages of more than 470,000 members of a hacking website are leaked following a huge data breach.
[BBC]

Hacker pleads guilty to insider trading
A Ukrainian man has pleaded guilty to his role in a hacking and insider trading scheme, US officials say.
[BBC]

Hacker pleads guilty to insider trading
A Ukrainian man has pleaded guilty to his role in a hacking and insider trading scheme, US officials say.
[BBC News]

Russia accused of series of international cyber-attacks
German BfV intelligence agency alleges Russian hackers are behind attacks against Nato, a French TV channel and Ukraine’s power grid in recent years Germany’s domestic secret service has accused Russia of a series of international cyber-attacks aimed at spying and sabotage, in “hybrid warfare” (...)
[The Guardian]

Social engineering: Password in exchange for chocolate
It requires a lot of effort and expense for computer hackers to program a Trojan virus and infiltrate individual or company computers. They are therefore increasingly relying on psychological strategies to manipulate computer users into voluntarily divulging their login details. These methods (...)
[Science daily]

Government's hacker password bid fails
The National Crime Agency fails in its bid to force an alleged hacker to hand over the passwords to his encrypted computers.
[BBC]

Bahamian pleads guilty over celeb hacks
A hacker from the Bahamas pleads guilty to stealing data, including scripts and private sexually explicit material, from 130 celebrities.
[BBC]

Court refuses request to force alleged hacker to divulge passwords
Landmark ruling denies National Crime Agency access to computers used by Lauri Love, who is accused of hacking Nasa An alleged hacker fighting extradition to the US will not have to give the passwords for his encrypted computers to British law enforcement officers, following a landmark legal (...)
[The Guardian]

Hacker collects 272m email addresses and passwords, some from Gmail
Security firm announces it has persuaded fraudster to give up database of email addresses along with passwords users use to log in to websites The internet on Wednesday gave you another reminder that everyone has been hacked. Hold Security, a Wisconsin-based security firm famous for obtaining (...)
[The Guardian]

Webmail firms probe login 'leak'
Popular webmail providers including Gmail and Hotmail are investigating a report that millions of their users' login details are being shared online by a hacker.
[BBC]

Webmail firms probe login 'leak'
Popular webmail providers including Gmail and Hotmail are investigating a report that millions of their users' login details are being shared online by a hacker.
[BBC News]

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