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Sophos – Lend a little sympathy to pop star Justin Bieber today, after his Twitter account was hacked and an unauthorised message was sent to his 19 million fans. 19 million my ass. #biebermyballsFortunately the message was rapidly deleted, and it appears that the account was compromised more to spread embarrassing graffiti rather than with […]

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The MySQL.com website has been struck by cybercriminals, who hacked their way in to serve up malicious code to visiting computers. Simply visiting the home page of the website, initiated a Java exploit that downloaded and executed malicious code on visiting Windows computers. No user interaction was required for PCs to become infected. The hack […]

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