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So much for secrets: Hacking of NSA code shows a wide open world

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So much for secrets: Hacking of NSA code shows a wide open world

The report that hackers may have obtained the code to the National Security Agency’s own key hacking tools and put it on the internet is alarming, to say the least.
At this point it is not clear if the hackers,

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Top 10 Secrets & Lies from The Teacher Locker Series

  Welcome to the Teacher Locker Series where we are unlocking secrets and revealing the perfect combination of resources to have an effective and successful start to the new school year. Let’s take a look […]

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Secrets of the paedophile hunters: Anonymous ‘vigilantes’ reveal how they catch child sex offenders

Harper, who had been living at a hostel in Bangor, was this week jailed for two years after members of Anon United Paedo Hunters (AUPH) – who claim to be affiliated to hackers Anonymous – gave officers a computer disc revealing graphic online conversations he’d had with two fictional teenage girls called Lisa and Chloe, Caernarfon Crown Court was told.

Harper was confronted on camera by the masked group at Bangor train station on July where he believed he was meeting ‘Lisa’.

In fact he had been talking to an AUPH member called Emerald Blaze.

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Does China’s government hack US companies to Rob secrets?

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This week, Chinese President Xi Jinping is making his first official visit to the US. It takes place against a background of accusations flung by both the US and China over state-backed hacking. On Monday this week, a US national security adviser warned China that the hacking must stop and said it put an “enormous strain” on the relationship between the two nations. How has China responded to the accusations? It has denied everything. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mr Xi said: “The Chinese government does not engage in theft of commercial secrets in any form, nor does it encourage or support Chinese companies to engage in such practices in any way.” He went on to say that cyber-theft of industrial secrets was a crime as were hack attacks against government networks. Both should be punished according to “law and relevant international conventions”. The president’s comments echo many others made by Chinese state spokespeople over the years who regularly dispute the accusations levelled at them. Are China’s denials credible? Not to Kevin Mandia, boss of security firm FireEye, who has spent 20 years helping the US government and its contractors clear up after data breaches and work […]

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Does China’s government hack US companies to steal secrets?

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This week, Chinese President Xi Jinping is making his first official visit to the US. It takes place against a background of accusations flung by both the US and China over state-backed hacking. On Monday this week, a US national security adviser warned China that the hacking must stop and said it put an “enormous strain” on the relationship between the two nations. How has China responded to the accusations? It has denied everything. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mr Xi said: “The Chinese government does not engage in theft of commercial secrets in any form, nor does it encourage or support Chinese companies to engage in such practices in any way.” He went on to say that cyber-theft of industrial secrets was a crime as were hack attacks against government networks. Both should be punished according to “law and relevant international conventions”. The president’s comments echo many others made by Chinese state spokespeople over the years who regularly dispute the accusations levelled at them. Are China’s denials credible? Not to Kevin Mandia, boss of security firm FireEye, who has spent 20 years helping the US government and its contractors clear up after data breaches and work […]

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China Does Not Steal Commercial Secrets Or Support Hackers, Xi Jinping Tells WSJ

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BEIJING — China’s government does not engage in the theft of commercial secrets and does not support Chinese companies which do this, President Xi Jinping told the Wall Street Journal in an interview published on Tuesday. “Cyber theft of commercial secrets and hacking attacks against government networks are both illegal; such acts are criminal offenses and should be punished according to law and relevant international conventions,” Xi said in the written interview, ahead of his U.S. visit. “China and the United States share common concerns on cyber security. We are ready to strengthen cooperation with the U.S. side on this issue.” U.S. national security adviser Susan Rice on Monday issued a stern warning to China that state-sponsored cyber espionage must stop, calling it a national security concern and critical factor in U.S.-China relations. Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/chinese-hacking_560100e9e4b0fde8b0cf9d76?section=india&adsSiteOverride=in

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Court rules that Samsung stole trade secrets from TSMC

The top court in Taiwan has ruled that Samsung stole trade secrets from TSMC. At the heart of the allegations and suit is Liang Mong-song, a former senior director of R&D at TSMC. In July 2011, Liang joined Samsung’s LSI division and is alleged to have revealed TSMC trade secrets to his new employer. According to Taiwan’s CommonWealth magazine, Liang was a big reason why Samsung was able to beat TSMC in the race to produce chips using the 14nm/16nm process.

The Taiwan Supreme Court saw evidence that over time, as the two chip makers progressed from using the 65nm process to the current …

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Money secrets of cyber criminals revealed

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A cyber criminal economic network ensures the continued operations of illicit activities on the web, a new report has found. According to the Criminal Hideouts for Lease: Bulletproof Hosting Services report by security firm Trend Micro, criminals find economic infrastructure for their internet activities through hosting malicious content on Bulletproof Hosting Services (BPHS). These hosting services typically take serious measures to guard against law enforcement activities and will readily host content for a fee. “The reputation of BPHS providers also relies on how long they’ve been serving customers in the cyber criminal underground without having to change their name or domain. Being able to keep their name or domain for a long time shows that they are able to ensure the confidentiality of their customers’ activities from the prying eyes of security researchers and law enforcers,” the report says. Pricing for hosting depends on the kind of content being hosted. For low risk content, BPHS providers will charge around $2 per month, but that price goes up to $300 for “critical infrastructure projects or high-risk content”. Popular content Some of the high risk content includes child pornography and exploitation as well as malware and botnet command and control software hosted […]

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Chinese Hacker Cabals Attempt Theft of Trade Secrets

Chinese Hacker Cabals Attempt Theft of Trade Secrets

According to FireEye the security company, a dual spying operation is going on by Chinese hackers who seek to steal trade secrets that countries in the neighborhood maintain. Of these two hackers’ cabals, one is called Moafee which spies on […]

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U.S. seeks to extradite B.C. resident accused of stealing jet secrets

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U.S. seeks to extradite B.C. resident accused of stealing jet secrets

U.S. officials have filed the necessary paperwork to have a B.C. resident from Beijing extradited over allegations that he stole fighter-jet secrets from Pentagon contractors and conspired to sell them to Chinese companies. Su Bin, 48, was denied bail last […]

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