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Yesterday’s post generated some feedback along the lines of “interesting theory”. But here’s the deal, that other companies were hacked is not a theory — it’s a fact. Facebook’s Chief Security Officer, Joe Sullivan, said so himself in an interview with Ars Technica. According to Sullivan, Facebook’s security team worked with a third-party to sinkhole […]

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It’s a story which has the potential to make the scandal over the hacking of celebrities’ mobile phone voicemails seem like small potatoes. BBC Radio 4 has broadcast a documentary claiming that computer hackers were used by the British press to spy on politicians and the military. According to the programme, the illicit mining of […]

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It has only been 21 days since the Facebook Bug Bounty Program was announced and yet the company has already paid a total of $40,000 to bounty hunters. The program’s aim is to strengthen Facebook’s defense against attacks by fixing bugs within the system. Their strategy is to entice security researchers with the promise of […]

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