Detained Colombia hacker outlines alleged political plot against peace process

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Detained Colombia hacker outlines alleged political plot against peace process



President Juan Manuel Santos Monday called on officials to get to the bottom of allegations that the political party of former President Alvaro Uribe was using classified intelligence to try to derail ongoing peace talks with the country’s largest guerrilla […]

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NCS 6/17/11

Medicare is turning to technology to make sure it doesn’t pay fraudulent claims.  The upgrade is a screening technology much like what’s used by credit card companies to stop fraud.  Also, the Japanese are beefing up their security just like the United States.  The country made it illegal to create or distribute computer viruses but some critics say the new law could infringe on privacy.   And software widely used in China to help run weapons systems, utilities and chemical plants has bugs that hackers could exploit to damage public infrastructure.  Sunway has developed software patches to plug the holes but it could take months for customers to install it.  And as always we will have the job of the day.

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Inside Canadian cyber-security agency

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Inside Canadian cyber-security agency



When Canadian intelligence officials speak about today’s spying, they can reveal great ambition. Sometimes they speak of wanting to “master the Internet” or even “target the world” before switching to less evocative terms, such as “computer network operations” or CNO. […]

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SA’S R8,5-BILLION PROBLEM

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SA’S R8,5-BILLION PROBLEM



stolen car A staggering R8,5 billion worth of vehicles are stolen and hijacked in SA annually. Almost 30% of these are taken across the border to neighbouring countries where syndicates are making huge profits and South Africans are footing the […]

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American Airlines flight diverted after gaming hacker group tweets bomb threat

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American Airlines flight diverted after gaming hacker group tweets bomb threat



Another series of depressingly common DDoS attacks on a number of gaming servers became much more serious this weekend when a bomb threat tweeted by a hacking collective resulted in a commercial jet carrying Sony Online Entertainment CEO John Smedley […]

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NCS 6/20/11

The hackers still don’t appear to be slowing down. This time they targeted the Japanese company Sega. It is just one of several companies to become victims of hackers in the last couple of months. A group called Web Ninjas hopes to put the brakes on at least some of the hacking problems around the world. The group says it has very valuable information about the hacking group LulzSec. We’ll tell you what they know and how it could help law officers. Plus, cyber security is becoming a hot sale for some in Paris. Security companies there are taking advantage of all of the recent hackings and using it to make a profit. And as always, we will have the job of the day. Tune in.

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NCS 6/21/11

The UK and the US have teamed up to make an arrest involving the recent rash of hackings. Law officers say a 19 year old man is behind bars. They would not confirm that the suspect is in the hacking group LulzSec. However, they did say they are investigating him for hackings that the group claimed responsibility for. Nokia has released a new smart phone. The Nokia 9 is all screen and is scheduled to hit stores later this year. Also, the Department of Homeland Security has released a new cyber security guidance to help fight cyber crime. We will also have the job of the day. Make sure you tune in.

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Hacker targets School District computer network

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Hacker targets  School District computer network



The Cumberland Valley School District announced Thursday that law enforcement officials are investigating how a hacker gained access to the district’s computer network. According to a statement posted on the district’s website, initial findings of an internal investigation indicate that […]

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Security flaw in phones gives hackers access

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Security flaw in phones gives hackers access



    Researchers at the University of Michigan and California are presenting a paper Friday, saying they have found a new hacking method with a high success rate. It’s called User Interface or UI State Interference, and it gives hackers […]

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NCS 6/22/11

In the news today, it’s not just an American problem. Hackers are targeting companies and governments from around the world. That’s why Australia has proposed new legislation to crack down on cyber crime. Plus, Northrop Grumman says about a dozen separate legions of organized hackers try to steal sensitive information. The company says it’s not uncommon to see zero-day exploits coming in at 11- minute intervals. And a new study by Lockheed Martin says that most government information technology decision makers want to use cloud computing despite security concerns. Also, tune in for the job of the day.

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