Tech & Science
This Week's Edition
Are Revenge Porn Laws Going Too Far?
Leaks of nude celebrity photos renew debate
Home Depot Says Probing 'Unusual Activity' After Data Breach Report
"At this point, I can confirm that we’re looking into some unusual activity and we are working with our banking partners and law enforcement to investigate," Home Depot representative wrote
Hackers Attack Israel as Israel Attacks Gaza
A report by Arbor Networks shows a direct correlation between actual warfare and cyber warfare
Russia Demands United States Releases Accused Hacker Roman Seleznev Immediately
Moscow accused Washington of kidnapping Roman Seleznev who was accused of hacking into U.S. retailers' computer systems to steal credit card data
New Eavesdropping Equipment Sucks All Data Off Your Phone
On the streets of D.C., foreign agents and U.S. counterspies wage a new kind of spy war
Yo App Got Hacked. So?
The weirdly popular app has been the target of a somewhat successful hacking attempt by “a few guys”
Security Company Says Secret Chinese Unit 61486 Hacked in U.S.
Security company CrowdStrike said Shanghai-based unit 61486 of the People's Liberation Army 12th bureau has attacked networks of Western government agencies and defense contractors since 2007
EBay Says It Was Hacked, Urges Users to Change Passwords
The company said it found no evidence of any unauthorized access to financial or credit card information
Chinese Media Calls U.S. a 'High-Level Hooligan'
The indictment against five Chinese military officers was the first criminal hacking charge the U.S. has filed against specific foreign officials
American Public Utility Hacked, Dept. of Homeland Security Says
The agency said the hackers may have launched the latest attack through an Internet portal that enabled workers to access the utility's control systems