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US federal investigators have confirmed they are looking into the leak of nude photos of more than a dozen female celebrities

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NATO is set to add cyber-threats to its fundamental treaty - but reportedly has little idea about the computer arsenals of its member countries

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An independent developer is finalising 'Unofficial Service Pack 4', the latest of several projects to continue supporting Windows XP beyond Microsoft's cut-off

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UK taxpayers must pay hundreds of millions to Raytheon as a result of the termination of e-Borders, a tribunal has ruled

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A US government review has given the go-ahead for the $2.3bn transaction, which could now conclude by the end of the year

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Microsoft has withdrawn one of its Patch Teusday updates from last week after users reported it caused system crashes

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Apple updates its Safari web browser, fixing a multiple memory compression issue

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Digital forensics firm Stroz Freidberg says it has verified the existence of an iOS backdoor and has issued advice and tools to help minimise the risk

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32 percent of known botnet C&C servers are hosted in Britain says Trend Micro, which warns of ongoing Windows XP threats and Heartbleed danger

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Google will use encryption as a ranking criteria in an effort to encourage more sites to adopt HTTPS

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