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US Takes Action Against Chinese Hacking Group

The U.S. government has legally charged seven members of a China-based hacking group called APT41. Of the seven members, five are Chinese nationals. They...

Password123: Is This Your Password?

Setting all passwords to password123 or any of its variations is just not enough. Why? Because everyone’s doing it, and the hackers know too...

US Sentences Chinese Communist Spy to 4-Year Jail Term

A Chinese national from California has been sentenced to four years in prison for spying for Beijing. The convict, 56-year-old Edward Peng, used to...

Serious Security Vulnerabilities Affecting Billions of Computer Chips

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) security researchers Berk Sunar and Daniel Moghimi led an international team of researchers that discovered serious security vulnerabilities in computer...

Russia or China? Who Really Tried to Influence the U.S. Election?

The White House recently announced that President Obama ordered U.S. intelligence agencies to conduct an investigation into hacking attacks related to the U.S. election,...

Is It Time to Take a Stance Against Government Hacking?

Is it time we took a stance against hackers both working for themselves or for law enforcement? We have known for some time now...

Yahoo Now Notifies Its Users If It Suspects a State-Sponsored Attack

Yahoo is following in the steps of the other major players of the Internet, and is now notifying its users when it suspects a...

New Hack Comparable to ‘Stealing a Master Key to Get Into Any Government Building’

U.S. government subcontractor Juniper Networks — a computer network company — has had a major security breach. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating the breach....

‘Operation Shrouded Horizon’ Takes Down Darkode Cybercrime Forum

International law enforcement officers have searched, arrested, and charged over 70 people for activities connected to the Darkode cybercrime forum. The forum has been...

Founder of ‘Silk Road’ Sentenced to Life in Prison

The mastermind behind “Silk Road,” Ross Ulbricht, has been found guilty on seven charges, including drug trafficking, computer hacking, and money laundering. He was...

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Hold on, 12 Young Hong Kong Protesters!

Carry on, young Hong Kong protesters! A few months ago, 12 young Hong Kong protesters attempted to flee Hong Kong to Taiwan without success. Some speculate...

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Liu Xitong is a renowned calligrapher from China who recently took part in a documentary by NTD Television titled "When the Plague Arrives." The...