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The odds of a hacker gaining access to your computer are increasing by tens of thousands daily...Department of Defense and The New York Times have been recent victims of overseas computer hackers. According to businessman and inventor Don Abbott , "
A man convicted of illegally gaining access to AT&T's servers and stealing more than 100,000 email addresses of iPad users is facing sentencing. Andrew Auernheimer is scheduled to appear in federal court in Newark on Monday. The former Arkansas
British authorities say they've opted not to charge a computer hacker who waged a decade-long struggle to avoid trial in the U.S. for breaking into military computers...Prosecutors said Friday the appropriate place for trial would have been the U.S...
All he and his ever-growing number of supporters have asked for is that the punishment should fit the crime.' Photograph: Rex Features So finally the battle is over and we have won. Theresa May has announced that my son, Gary McKinnon, will not be
Computer hacker Gary McKinnon is waiting with anxiety, but hope that Home Secretary Theresa May will halt his extradition to the United States and uphold promises made in Opposition, his lawyer has said. McKinnon, who faces trial in the US over
Computer Hacker Gary McKinnon must wait until autumn to learn if her will be extradited to the US The family of Gary McKinnon reacted with anger yesterday as it emerged that a decision on the computer hacker's extradition remains months away.
A computer hacker testified earlier that led authorities to suspect the source of the largest loss of classified documents in U.S. history after several days of online chats with Bradass87, Army intelligence analyst, an alias for Bradley
N.J. (AP) — A California man has pleaded guilty to conspiring to hack into computer servers and steal email addresses and personal information from iPad users. Daniel Spitler and another man were arrested in January and accused
Analysis & Opinion An Apple store employee gives a class on how to use the new iPad 2 during the China launch at an Apple Store in central Beijing May 6, 2011. A computer hacker pleaded guilty on Thursday of helping write a malicious code that hacked
Sussex University student Zachary Woodham, 19, bragged online about how easy it was to take control of servers. He forced one victim to shut down his website hosting firm, accompanying his cyber-attacks with a series of silent telephone calls,