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Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars Pour Into Hacking Microbes – Forbes

Forbes Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars Pour Into Hacking MicrobesForbesThey had collected around Tom Knight, a computer science pioneer who had turned his attention to hacking biology. They were basically working out of their MIT offices as they started the company, and until 2014 they bootstrapped the company with grants …

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Anderson Cooper's boring Twitter account suddenly perks up. CNN claims hacking. – Washington Post

Anderson Cooper in May. (Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images) Out on the nasty fringes of social media, CNN host Anderson Cooper is sustaining some Anthony Weiner jokes. No — Cooper hasn’t been found guilty of sharing racy pictures of himself or, heaven forbid, sexting with a minor. That said, a …

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Building management systems still ripe for hacking – SC Magazine UK

SCADA systems: Riddled with vulnerabilities? The security of building management systems has improved over the last few years but many of them aren’t set up properly to avoid being hacked, according to security researchers. In a blog post, Ken Munro, partner at Pen Test Partners, said that in tests carried …

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Security Expert Warns That Cryptocurrency Hacking Will Intensify Next Year – Cryptovest (Cryptocurrency & Blockchain News)

Although blockchain technology is a solid piece of work that would require an incredible amount of computing power to throw into disarray, the same cannot be said about the applications and organizations that help people manage their cryptocurrency funds. Lee Chen, Founder and CEO of A10 Networks—a company that specializes …

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Jailed Russian hacker: I hacked Democrats 'under the command' of Russian intelligence agents – Business Insider

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visit the Resurrection New Jerusalem Monastery at Istra Thomson Reuters A Russian hacker told a Moscow court in August that he was ordered to hack the Democratic National Committee by Russian intelligence agents at the FSB. The hacker was arrested in …

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Script Recovers Event Logs Doctored by NSA Hacking Tool – BleepingComputer

Security researchers have found a way to reverse the effects of an NSA hacking utility that deletes event logs from compromised machines. Last week, Fox-IT published a Python script that recovers event log entries deleted using the “eventlogedit” utility that’s part of DanderSpritz, a supposed NSA cyber-weapon that was leaked …

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'Significant amount' of sensitive security data stolen in Perth Airport hacking – The West Australian

A skilled hacker in Vietnam stole sensitive security details and building plans from Perth Airport after breaking into its computer systems. The West Australian can reveal Vietnamese man Le Duc Hoang Hai used the credentials of a third-party contractor to get access to the airport’s computer systems in March last …

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Trade Recommendation: Stellar – Hacked

Bitcoin prices declined sharply over the weekend, as traders locked in profits before the highly anticipated XBT futures contract. BTC/USD Price Levels The value of bitcoin pulled back sharply on Sunday, with prices hitting a low of $13,474. BTC/USD would later consolidate at $13,662 for a loss of $1,931, or …

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How North Korea recruits its army of young hackers – NBCNews.com

SEOUL, South Korea — Teenage math whiz Ri Jong Yol was a solid candidate to join Kim Jong Un’s army of elite hackers. He had just won silver for the third year in a row at the world’s premier high school mathematics championship, the International Mathematical Olympiad, which was held …

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North Korea is 'hacking soaring Bitcoin exchanges', say researchers – Sky News

North Korea is seeking to profit from Bitcoin’s surging value by hacking Bitcoin exchanges, security researchers have told Sky News. Ashley Shen, an independent security researcher, said: “We assume one of the reasons why Bitcoin is being attacked is because the price keeps increasing and we think it’s reasonable for …

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