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Crackers have successfully made off with a full copy of the user database for job site Monster.com - with all of its users' personal details stored therein.
An SQL injection attack on a range of websites left Sony offering malware-laden downloads to PlayStation 3 fans according to anti-virus vendor Sophos.
SecureComputing has reported a new variant of the DNSChanger trojan, a nasty bug which attempts to reconfigure your broadband router to point at compromised DNS servers.
A cracker group calling itself Kryogeniks has taken responsibility for an attack on the DNS records of US cable giant Comcast, resulting in the downing of its main website on Wednesday.
The team behind the Debian Linux project have discovered a flaw in their implementation of the OpenSSL cryptography package that has been in place since 2006.
A person or persons unknown has exploited a flaw in the Epilepsy Foundation's website to post flashing animated GIFs, in an apparent attempt to trigger seizures in visitors to the site.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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