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WikiLeaks republishes all Sony hacking scandal documents
Julian Assange says data ‘belongs in the public domain’ and says hacked files shed light on extent of cooperation between government and Hollywood WikiLeaks has republished the Sony data from last year’s hacking scandal, making all the documents and emails “fully searchable” with a Google-style (...)
[The Guardian]

Fighting the next generation of cyberattacks
Computer scientists are developing software to detect so-called algorithmic attacks, an emerging hacking threat that is nearly impossible to find with existing security technology.
[Science daily]

HackerRank Partners with Jobvite, Greenhouse and Oracle Taleo to Bring Hiring Managers True Quantitative Technical Talent Coding Scores into Existing Hiring Software Providing a 360 Degree View of Technical Talent -
Efficiently evaluating the skills of prospective tech hires is critical and hiring managers spend upwards of 82 hours assessing and hiring a single candidate. But without a technical background, it's challenging for hiring managers to assess tech talent seamlessly and put qualifying (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Hacking warning for US flight wi-fi
Wireless systems used by passengers on planes in the US could be hacked to access flight controls, a federal watchdog agency warns.
[BBC News]

Man charged with hacking US lottery
The former security boss of a US lottery is charged with fraud after allegedly hacking the computer that picks the winning numbers.
[BBC]

TV5Monde’s disregard of security exposes passwords on live television
After suffering a hack that took the TV station offline, live interview with reporter displays usernames and passwords written on sticky notes Following the hacking by a pro-Isis group that took a French television station offline, a live interview with a TV5Monde reporter has unwittingly (...)
[The Guardian]

Obama targets foreign hackers and state-owned companies over cyber-attacks
Executive order creates sanctions that could potentially penalize companies in China and Russia that benefit from hacks in attempt to curtail rising threat President Obama on Wednesday created the first-ever sanctions program to penalize overseas hackers who engage in cyber-spying and companies (...)
[The Guardian]

Obama creates cyber sanctions
President Barack Obama has ordered the creation of a programme that would allow the US government to sanction foreign hackers.
[BBC]

Obama creates cyber sanctions
President Barack Obama has ordered the creation of a programme that would allow the US government to sanction foreign hackers.
[BBC News]

Quantum compute this: Mathematicians build code to take on toughest of cyber attacks
Mathematicians have designed an encryption code capable of fending off the phenomenal hacking power of a quantum computer. Using high-level number theory and cryptography, the researchers reworked an infamous old cipher called the knapsack code to create an online security system better (...)
[Science daily]

Computer programming: System automatically finds common type of programming bug
Integer overflows are one of the most common bugs in computer programs -- not only causing programs to crash but, even worse, potentially offering points of attack for malicious hackers. Computer scientists have devised a battery of techniques to identify them, but all have (...)
[Science daily]

Can driverless cars be made safe from hackers?
After news of security flaws in BMW computer systems, five experts look at the implications for autonomous vehicles Cyber security lead at the Institution of Engineering and Technology Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Dozens arrested in cybercrime raids
The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests.
[BBC]

Dozens arrested in cybercrime raids
The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests.
[BBC News]

Apple and Google 'FREAK attack' leaves millions of users vulnerable to hackers
Technology giants hurrying to fix a longstanding security flaw caused by US companies being forced to sell weakened encryption software to overseas customers Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly (...)
[The Guardian]

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