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Lessons from the tech elite: eat carrots, shower more and tape up your webcam
A celebratory Instagram post by Mark Zuckerberg revealed that the Facebook CEO covers his webcam to make it hacker-proof. What other useful tricks can the titans of big tech teach us? Mark Zuckerberg has taped up his webcam. A photo he posted online yesterday, ostensibly to demonstrate his (...)
[The Guardian]

Hack attack drains start-up investment fund
Hackers have taken control of virtual cash worth $60m (£41m) by exploiting a bug in a system designed to help start-ups.
[BBC News]

Hack attack drains start-up investment fund
Hackers have taken control of virtual cash worth $60m (£41m) by exploiting a bug in a system designed to help start-ups.
[BBC]

Are Chinese hackers dialing back U.S. attacks?
Chinese hacking of the U.S. government and American firms appears to be on the wane, according to a new report by a cybersecurity firm.
[CNN Money]

Anonymous fills IS Twitter accounts with gay pride messages
Hacker-activist group Anonymous fills Twitter accounts linked to so-called Islamic State with gay pride messages in response to the Orlando shooting.
[BBC]

Anonymous fills IS Twitter accounts with gay pride messages
Hacker-activist group Anonymous fills Twitter accounts linked to so-called Islamic State with gay pride messages in response to the Orlando shooting.
[BBC News]

Islamic State Twitter accounts get a rainbow makeover from Anonymous hackers
Social media accounts associated with the group got an LGBT-friendly makeover courtesy of WachulaGhost Anonymous has launched another wave of hacking attacks against Islamic State (Isis), taking over social media accounts associated with the group and giving them an LGBT-flavoured makeover. The (...)
[The Guardian]

Meet the hacker fighting ISIS with porn
Hacker WauchulaGhost breached 250 ISIS accounts and loaded them with gay porn and support for Orlando victims.
[CNN Money]

Hacker who aided IS faces lengthy jail term
A hacker who passed a list of American military personnel to the so-called Islamic State group could face up to 25 years in jail.
[BBC]

Hacker who aided IS faces lengthy jail term
A hacker who passed a list of American military personnel to the so-called Islamic State group could face up to 25 years in jail.
[BBC News]

Cycle hackers of the world unite: how a global movement grew out of Glasgow
Later this month sees the third running of CycleHack, a collaborative brainstorming event which has grown to cover 38 cities on five continents. Will this year’s hacks outdo past successes like the viral hit Penny in Yo’ Pants?CycleHacks take place over the weekend of 24 to 26 June 2016 “We (...)
[The Guardian]

Russia 'hacked Democrats data on Trump' says US
Russian government hackers have breached the Democratic National Committee for opposition research on Donald Trump, officials say.
[BBC]

Russia 'hacked Democrats data on Trump' says US
Russian government hackers have breached the Democratic National Committee for opposition research on Donald Trump, officials say.
[BBC News]

Russian government hackers steal DNC files on Donald Trump
Hackers lurked in systems since at least last summer but only recently exfiltrated files on his business dealings and past political statements, investigators said Hackers linked to the Russian government stole research files on Donald Trump from the Democratic National Committee, according to (...)
[The Guardian]

Watch Dogs 2 aims to skillfully satirise San Francisco tech culture
Ubisoft’s paranoid surveillance thriller returns with new hero and setting to take aim at social media and hacker groups For all their talk of realism and authenticity, video game developers rarely seek to reflect modern society, or the lives that most of us are living. Grand Theft Auto V (...)
[The Guardian]

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