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The Library of Congress computer systems have returned to normal after facing a four-day long cyber attack.  Library Director of Communications Gayle Osterberg would not comment about the origin of the attack, but praised the IT department’s efforts to keep the agency afloat. The attack began Sunday and caused intermittent outages of service for websites […]

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The Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, an “acute-care facility” located in Los Angeles, has had its computer systems compromised by hackers. The attackers are asking for 9,000 Bitcoin (approximately $3.6 million) in exchange for giving the hospital access to the systems again. The LA police, the FBI and a computer forensics firm have been called in […]

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Matthew Calicchio, 17, has pleaded not guilty to the computer trespass charge brought against him. He is suspected of illegally downloading information from the computer systems of the Sachem school district in Long Island, New York. According to the Long Island Press, Calicchio has been released on bail. The next court hearing is scheduled for […]

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