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    Catalan football club FC Barcelona confirmed their Twitter account was hacked Wednesday morning, following a tweet announcing the fictitious signing of player Angel Di Maria from Paris Saint-Germain. The attack happened right after on Tuesday FC Barcelona announced their plans to sue former player Neymar. The Brazilian allegedly failed to complete his contract and […]

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Sometimes, Kaspersky Internet Security pops up a window with a yellow frame and informs the user that “not-a-virus” has been detected on the computer. Of course, any curious user would wonder why, if something is not a virus, an antivirus application would inform them about it.

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Popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin has been used for 8 years to make anonymous payments on the web, and is now also accepted by Microsoft, Newegg and Overstock. But the payments are not as below the radar as Bitcoin adepts might think, according to researchers from Princeton University who analyzed 130 merchants who accept Bitcoin.

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One in ten FTSE 350 companies said they operate without a response plan for a cyber incident, and 31 percent of boards receive comprehensive cyber risk information. There has been progress in some areas when compared with last year’s health check, with more than half of company boards now setting out their approach to cyber risks;

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