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A smart fish tank left a casino vulnerable to hackers
As smart devices proliferate, hackers will get creative.
[CNN Money]

State hackers 'probably compromised' energy sector, says leaked GCHQ memo
UK’s National Cybersecurity Centre warned of connections ‘from multiple UK IP addresses to state-sponsored threats’, according to reports The UK energy sector is likely to have been targeted and probably compromised by nation-state hackers, according to a memo from Britain’s National Cybersecurity (...)
[The Guardian]

Inside the cyber-attack on UK parliament
The inside story of the day hackers attacked parliament - and how the security team fought back.
[BBC News]

Inside the cyber-attack on UK parliament
The inside story of the day hackers attacked parliament - and how the security team fought back.
[BBC]

Malware researcher helps teen hackers turn skills into careers
When kids ask her how to hack, she gives them career advice instead.
[CNN Money]

This $18 key can protect you from hackers
Like a key to your apartment, it helps unlock your accounts.
[CNN Money]

Russian 'Humpty Dumpty' hacker Anikeev jailed for two years
Vladimir Anikeev's group targeted the email accounts of high-profile figures in the Kremlin.
[BBC]

Russian 'Humpty Dumpty' hacker Anikeev jailed for two years
Vladimir Anikeev's group targeted the email accounts of high-profile figures in the Kremlin.
[BBC News]

Petya hackers issue fresh ransom demand
Funds raised by the perpetrators of a huge cyber-attack are moved out of their Bitcoin account.
[BBC News]

Petya hackers issue fresh ransom demand
Funds raised by the perpetrators of a huge cyber-attack are moved out of their Bitcoin account.
[BBC]

Hackers steal Bitcoin funds from Bithumb exchange traders
The Bithumb exchange is probed after users' details were reportedly stolen from an employee's home PC.
[BBC News]

Hackers steal Bitcoin funds from Bithumb exchange traders
The Bithumb exchange is probed after users' details were reportedly stolen from an employee's home PC.
[BBC]

Hackers who targeted Ukraine clean out bitcoin ransom wallet
‘NotPetya’ ransomware creators move £8,000 in bitcoin, leaving observers uncertain over the attack’s motive The hackers behind the NotPetya ransomware, which wiped computers in more than 60 countries in late June, have moved more than £8,000 worth of bitcoins out of the account used to receive the (...)
[The Guardian]

Hacking the human brain: Lab-made synapses for artificial intelligence
One of the greatest challenges facing artificial intelligence development is understanding the human brain and figuring out how to mimic it. Now, one group reports that they have developed an artificial synapse capable of simulating a fundamental function of our nervous system -- the release of (...)
[Science daily]

UK parliament hit by cyber-attack
MPs are unable to access emails remotely, as Westminster deals with a hacking attempt made on Friday.
[BBC]

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