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Lizard Squad 'copycats': Teens arrested
Six teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of using software from hackers who claim they disrupted Xbox and PlayStation last Christmas.
[BBC News]

Ashley Madison hack: police say suicides may be linked to leak – video
Toronto police say at least two suicides may be linked to the hacking of infidelity website Ashley Madison which exposed exposed tens of millions of people’s personal information. Bryce Evans, acting staff superintendent, says the reports are still unconfirmed but possibly associated with the (...)
[The Guardian]

Ashley Madison hack: five people on getting caught up in the data breach
This week 33 million records of people who had used a website for secret affairs had their names and identifying details leaked online by hackers. We spoke to five people for whom the hack has had profound personal ramifications I joined Ashley Madison this year, during a very, very stressful (...)
[The Guardian]

Ashley Madison hack: should you look up your partner's details?
Hackers have released the details of 33 million Ashley Madison profiles. People are now trying to decide whether to search for their spouses Even if you’ve never suspected your partner of infidelity, are you still tempted to search for their name in the leaked Ashley Madison profiles list? What (...)
[The Guardian]

How firms are fighting off spies and hackers
How firms are shoring up their communications in a post-Snowden world
[BBC]

How firms are fighting off spies and hackers
How firms are shoring up their communications in a post-Snowden world
[BBC News]

Hackers expose Ashley Madison CEO's emails
Hackers exposed a second round of data related to the Ashley Madison attack, including CEO Noel Biderman's emails.
[CNN Money]

Hackers release new Ashley Madison data targeting site's CEO and operators
Second, larger cache of data includes emails from CEO Noel Biderman and source code for the website and apps, days after initial release of user information Hackers dropped a second, even larger cache of data from extramarital dating service Ashley Madison on Thursday, apparently annoyed by a (...)
[The Guardian]

Ashley Madison - who did the hack?
Questions still surround the identity of the hackers who are behind the massive Ashley Madison data breach - and it may need loose talk to uncover the perpetrators.
[BBC]

Ashley Madison - who did the hack?
Questions still surround the identity of the hackers who are behind the massive Ashley Madison data breach - and it may need loose talk to uncover the perpetrators.
[BBC News]

What's in the Ashley Madison dump?
It appears that hackers have released 10 gigabytes of data stolen from Ashley Madison, a dating website for married people.
[BBC News]

VIDEO: Hackers publish details from affairs site
Names and details of more than 30 million people that use a site that facilitates extra-marital affairs are leaked onto the internet.
[BBC News Americas]

Ashley Madison hackers post millions of customer names
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

What's in the Ashley Madison dump?
It appears that hackers have released 10 gigabytes of data stolen from Ashley Madison, a dating website for married people.
[BBC]

Ashley Madison condemns attack as experts say hacked database is real
Data published from infidelity website includes dating profiles with names, addresses, phone numbers, encrypted passwords and partial credit card numbers Hackers have released what they claim to be the personal information, including names, email addresses, phone numbers and partial credit card (...)
[The Guardian]

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