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After the #OpIsrael against Israel cyberspace, anonymous hackers called themselves “N4m3le55 Cr3w” announced that they have scheduled another cyber attack on USA based websites and servers on 07/05/2013. In the above mentioned text it is also explain what the reason for the attack is: “war crimes in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan“. Also noteworthy is that […]

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The Duqu malware has raised the specter of Stuxnet II, with some in the security community claiming that this new Trojan is a reverse-engineered copy of Stuxnet – the infamous malware that may have sold more newspapers than it damaged nuclear centrifuges. Unlike Stuxnet, Duqu is designed to steal data from the targeted organization, not […]

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Before anything else, here’s a little warning: this whole issue really is not as bad as it sounds. It’s a small glitch that was fixed within a week and wasn’t really all that serious. TechCrunch sent Cnet a tip about a privacy glitch that happened in Facebook concerning private videos. For a few days, thumbnails, […]

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