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Phishers have already shown interest in the violence that erupted recently in various parts of the Arab world. The phishing attack involving Syria is a good example. Phishers are now taking advantage of the political unrest in Egypt as protests in the country continue. In March 2013, phishers promoted former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik […]

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Thailand’s Prime Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, had her Twitter account hacked this weekend – meaning that her followers saw a stream of messages criticising her leadership. Ms Yingluck, who is Thailand’s first female prime minister, has been criticised for having no previous political experience, with some observers claiming that she is a puppet for her brother […]

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The release of WikiLeaks’ unredacted haul of 250,000 secret US diplomatic cables has thrown up an unusual victim: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands. Although unlikely to be the most harmful, the personal phone number of the 73-year-old Dutch monarch is just one of many pieces of information which probably would have been better not published […]

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