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Someone on the internet seems very angry with cyber-security blogger Brian Krebs. On 20 September, Krebs’ website was hit with what experts say is the biggest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack in public internet history, knocking it offline for days with a furious 600 to 700 Gbps (Gigabits per second) traffic surge.

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A security blogger says P.F. Chang’s, a chain of Asian-themed restaurants, was the target of a data breach, and that credit card information was being sold on website rescatir.so for $18 to $40 per card, a site that was favored by the Target hackers as well.

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Founding an Internet forum to debate the role of religion in Saudi Arabian society has earned a blogger a decade in prison and 1,000 lashes. Raif Badawi, who was found guilty of cybercrime and “disobeying his father”—but not apostasy, which carries a death sentence —was sentenced to seven…

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