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Hacker who stole film scripts jailed for five years
A hacker who stole unpublished film and TV scripts from celebrities is sentenced to five years in jail.
[BBC]

Expedia IT guy made $300K by hacking execs
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

North Korea 'hacks South's military cyber command'
A South Korean military unit set up to prevent hacking appears to have been breached by the North.
[BBC]

North Korea 'hacks South's military cyber command'
A South Korean military unit set up to prevent hacking appears to have been breached by the North.
[BBC News]

Hacks at Russian central bank have cost 2 billion rubles
Hackers in 2016 stole 2 billion rubles -- equivalent to $31 million -- from accounts that banks keep at Russia's central bank.
[CNN Money]

Panel to Trump: Train 100,000 hackers
The incoming Trump administration is being advised to train 100,000 hackers -- and develop international norms for hacking, essentially drawing red lines to avoid war.
[CNN Money]

Russia: Hackers planned to take down our banks
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Hackers destroy computers at Saudi aviation agency
Hackers using the "shamoon" cyberweapon destroyed computers at six important Saudi organizations two weeks ago, marking a reappearance of the most damaging cyberweapon the world has ever seen.
[CNN Money]

Nearly one million Android phones infected by hackers
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Russia hackers: German spy chief Kahl warns of election disruption
Germany's spy chief warns Russia could seek to disrupt next year's elections with cyber attacks.
[BBC]

Russia hackers: German spy chief Kahl warns of election disruption
Germany's spy chief warns Russia could seek to disrupt next year's elections with cyber attacks.
[BBC News]

Ransomware attack on San Francisco public transit gives everyone a free ride
San Francisco Municipal Transport Agency attacked by hackers who locked up computers and data with 100 bitcoin demand Hackers have managed to infect and take over more than 2,000 computers used to operate San Francisco’s public transport system, forcing the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) (...)
[The Guardian]

Watch Dogs 2 review – witty hacking adventure with plenty of charm
Sequel takes place in a vibrant open world filled with wacky hactivists, which makes for a lively gaming experience As a proof of concept for a cyber-drama take on Assassin’s Creed, complete with all-encompassing hacking abilities, the original Watch Dogs really worked. Where it faltered was (...)
[The Guardian]

A new era: our elections now will be decided by hackers and leaked data
WikiLeaks and a network of anonymous hackers have become a major influence – but are they enhancing our democracy or undermining it? A new and disturbing factor emerged during this presidential election, and one that may change elections forever: democracies are now at the mercy of hacking and (...)
[The Guardian]

Boy, 17, admits TalkTalk hacking offences
A teenager admits hacking offences linked to a data breach at the communications firm TalkTalk.
[BBC]

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