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Hacking gold in Hearthstone? You're probably just hacking yourself
Symantec warns of malware disguised as cheating tools for Blizzard’s collectible card game Hearthstone cheaters: all that bad karma is coming back to bite. Security researchers Symantec report that cybercriminals are disguising malware as cheating add-ons for Blizzard’s wildly popular collectible (...)
[The Guardian]

Watchdog's web monitoring bill fear
Plans to give firm legal backing to computer hacking by Britain's spies do not do enough to protect privacy, a watchdog has warned.
[BBC News UK]

Watchdog's web monitoring bill fear
Plans to give firm legal backing to computer hacking by Britain's spies do not do enough to protect privacy, a watchdog has warned.
[BBC]

NSA merging anti-hacker team that fixes security holes with one that uses them
US spies will have to choose between keeping hackers out or acting like them to gather intelligence, going against recommendation of computer security experts A reorganization of the National Security Agency could increase pressure on US spies to choose between keeping hackers out – or acting (...)
[The Guardian]

Sophisticated hacking system may be behind hoax threats received by Australian schools
Authorities say the calls, which threaten bombing or shooting attacks, and have been received at schools around the world, may be the work of hackers Authorities believe a sophisticated and automated hacking system is behind a series of threatening hoax phone calls that have disrupted the start (...)
[The Guardian]

Easy prey for hackers: Navigation systems
When it comes to route planning, drivers have almost blind faith in GPS; the technology plays a crucial role in identifying location and time in the industry as well as in other areas. If hackers attack the system, they can cause great damage. Deploying several GPS receivers at the same time (...)
[Science daily]

FBI hackers took down a child porn ring
How does the FBI crack down on child porn on Tor? By hacking, spying and conducting home raids.
[CNN Money]

We keep too many hacks secret, says ex-NSA director
Former NSA director Michael Hayden says America has no policy for defending from hackers, because government and businesses keep too many hacks secret.
[CNN Money]

NSA is world's best hacker thief, says former director
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Jeremy Corbyn's Twitter account hacked
A series of foul-mouthed posts are published on Jeremy Corbyn's Twitter feed following the apparent hacking of the Labour leader's account.
[BBC News]

Former Guantánamo detainee speaks to hacker conference by video link
Moazzam Begg stresses the importance of encryption programs while convert Cerie Bullivant says ‘Muslims are the canaries in the mine’ of civil liberties Moazzam Begg, the former Guantánamo Bay detainee, was unable to address Europe’s largest hacker convention in person because the British (...)
[The Guardian]

Microsoft to start notifying victims of 'state sponsored' hacking
Company changes policy to notify users if government-related attacks take place after previously not alerting users when Hotmail accounts were hacked Microsoft has announced that it will start notifying users it believes have been targeted by government-linked hackers, after failing to do so (...)
[The Guardian]

What will happen in 2016?
Space explorers, genetic scientists, US voters, terrorists and hackers look set to dominate our world next year – but don’t rule out the odd pleasant surprise Never make predictions, especially about the future. So said Mark Twain, Yogi Berra or Niels Bohr – or possibly all three. But if you must, (...)
[The Guardian]

Google confirms Android N won't use Oracle's Java APIs
Google is replacing the Java application programming interfaces (APIs) in Android with OpenJDK, the open source version of Oracle's Java Development Kit (JDK). The news first came by a "mysterious Android codebase commit" from last month submitted to Hacker News. Google confirmed to VentureBeat (...)
[OSNews]

Amiga OS Kickstart and Workbench source coded leaked
Generation Amiga has reported today a tweet from Hacker Fantastic saying that the Amiga OS source has been leaked, including both Kickstart and Workbench. Looking at the @hackerfantastic's tweet, there is another user with the handle @TheWack0lian that offers a link to download the OS in a (...)
[OSNews]

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