Hacker Sentenced To 2 Years Imprisonment

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  Adam Mudd, now 20 years old, was sentenced to two years imprisonment for setting up a global computer hacking business.  Adam created Titanium Stresser software when he was 16 years old.  The software has carried out over 1.7m websites including major websites like Minecraft, Xbox Live and Microsoft.  According to reports he profited almost… Read more »

Sony Bows Down To Hackers

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After hackers threatens to make terrorist attack if the “Interview” movie is shown in theaters, Sony releases a press statement cancelling the showing of the said movie.  The hackers which called themselves “Guardians of Peace”, has recently hacked into Sony servers compromising the company’s financial data, unreleased movies and emails. “We are deeply saddened at… Read more »

Hackers post data from dozens of breached college servers

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A group of hackers claims to have stolen thousands of personal records by breaching the servers of more than 50 universities around the world, including Harvard, Stanford, Cornell, and Princeton. A group calling itself GhostShell posted to text-sharing site Pastebin more than 120,000 records from the breached servers, including thousands of names, usernames, passwords, addresses,… Read more »

Iranians blocked Google Services

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Iranian authorities explained that their decision to block access to Google services, including Gmail, was due to an anti-Islam movie which caused protests throughout the globe. The film in question, Innocence of Muslims, which appears to have been created to trigger riots in Arab countries, has finally put the search giant in a position where… Read more »

500k Australian Credit Cards Hacked

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In a news article from ExtraTorrent site, Australian authorities have attested that Romanian hackers have somehow managed to steal over $25,000,000 from 500,000 Australian credit cards. According to the report there are only four people involved in the crime and they are still at large. The country’s Federal Police is currently working with international law… Read more »