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Heartbleed bug hits Canada's tax agency

Hackers attack the private data of about 900 citizens.

Security

Published 15 April 2014

Condoleezza Rice is no saint, but the tech industry is no haven

Big business attracts bad people, and technology is no different.

Storage

Published 15 April 2014

BTC China launches Bitcoin trading web app for mobile

Picasso ATM will let you sell cryptocurrencies for cash through your phone.

Mobile & tablets

Published 15 April 2014

Personal data stolen online from a fifth of web users

The personal data includes social security number, credit card details and bank account information.

Security

Published 15 April 2014

US government says threat information sharing could help network security

Washington urged companies to share data related to cyber threats with each other,u

Security

Published 11 April 2014

No need for stronger security on Universal Jobmatch, claims Government

Department of Work and Pensions says the website is safe enough without two-factor authentication.

Security

Published 10 April 2014

'552 million user identities' leaked in data breaches last year

Was yours one?

Security

Published 10 April 2014

'Less than 1%' of European cashpoints migrated from Windows XP

Support for Microsoft's operating system expired this week.

Security

Published 10 April 2014

How the NSA could use cryptography to enhance users' privacy

Cryptography tools could allow intelligence analysts to explore phone records while shielding records against disclosures or unessential searches.

Security

Published 09 April 2014

Snowden calls for international agreement to prevent data surveillance

Demands for establishment of a set of ‘common standards’ to defend against mass surveillance of global citizens.

Security

Published 09 April 2014

European Court of Justice strikes down data retention law

Privacy campaigners claim victory after EU directive judged excessively invasive.

Security

Published 08 April 2014

18 million email identities stolen in Germany

The Federal Office for Information Security (BS) says the botnet is still in operation.

Security

Published 08 April 2014

Yahoo fixes Flickr bug that leaked user data

The search engine is criticised for acting too slowly.

Security

Published 08 April 2014

Major OpenSSL bug 'puts large numbers of websites at risk'

As many as two-thirds of websites currently online could be affected by security flaw.

Security

Published 08 April 2014

Five-year-old hacks dad’s Xbox account

Microsoft fixed the major password flaw and crowned Kristoffer Von Hassel with the title of ‘security researcher’.

Security

Published 07 April 2014

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