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Ammentorp Photography
On by Max Smolaks 0

You are most likely to get your phone stolen in a pub between 12pm and 5pm

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Jennifer Lawrence (c) Helga Esteb, Shutterstock 2014
On by Duncan Macrae 0

Hundreds of stolen images appear online, the parties responsible promise there's more to come

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On by Matthew Broersma 0

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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On by Max Smolaks 0

A lesser-known group of pro-government hackers is pushing sophisticated malware

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On by Tom Jowitt 0

Britain's top secret eavesdropping agency, GCHQ, faces a weekend of protests by privacy campaigners

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On by Max Smolaks 0

The company begins publishing its security certificates and audits online

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On by Tom Jowitt 0

The FBI and Secret Service investigate reports that a number US banks suffered co-ordinated cyber attacks

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On by Tom Jowitt 1

The end of passwords and usernames for authentication? Quite possibly, at least according to Verizon

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On by Max Smolaks 0

Two prisons failed to encrypt their data because nobody told them how

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On by Matthew Broersma 5

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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