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Hackers try to blackmail plastic surgeon after stealing 500,000 patient records

Data stolen from web enquiry forms read more »

Update: German researchers hack Galaxy S5 fingerprint login

The integration with Paypal makes the weakness of Samsung's implementation extra serious read more »

Microsoft slashes Windows XP custom support prices just days before axing public patches

Reduces after-retirement support costs for large enterprises as much as 95% read more »

Mumsnet falls to Heartbleed hackers as 1.5 million users reset passwords

Scale of attack unknown read more »

Heartbleed flaw affects mobile apps, too

Many banking, mobile payment apps connect to servers vulnerable to OpenSSL flaw, says Trend Micro read more »

Google quashes 31 vulnerabilities, restores Metro mode 'steppers' with Chrome 34

Updates browser after paying nearly $30,000 in bug bounties read more »

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HP acquisitions

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Hacked In Depth

How to convince the Financial Director to upgrade to Windows 8

Is Microsoft's latest operating system a better investment than XP? read more »

Bitcoin malware count soars as cryptocurrency value climbs

Hackers, from the opportunistic to bitcoin-stealing specialists, try to get in on the action, say researchers who tallied malware targeting the virtual currencies read more »

Huge turnout at RSA shows bad guys are winning

The high number of attendees and exhibitors at security event are indication of troubled times read more »

US NIST cybersecurity framework gets mixed reviews

Critical infrastructure is so hard to defend read more »

Westminster View: Engineers are not to blame for mass surveillance

The widespread spying unveiled by Edward Snowden raises questions about the UK’s digital legislative framework that requires more technical knowledge from people on all sides of the debate, says cyber security shadow minister Chi Onwurah read more »

How to balance maintenance and IT innovation

If too much of your budget goes on keeping the lights on, maybe the budget is wrong read more »

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Hacked Slideshows

Wearables at Mobile World Congress

The best of what we saw read more »

IT turkeys of the year

The bad, sad and plain stupid read more »

Raspberry Pi hacks - Linux laptops and supercomputers

The Raspberry Pi is a stripped-down Linux PC consisting of a tiny circuit board, an ARM-based CPU, and a graphics processor - and inspiration for creative hacks read more »

The sorriest tech companies of 2012

No, really, they're sorry! Vendors apologise in 2012 for everything from Apple Maps to Cisco Connect Cloud to outage after outage and breach after breach read more »

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Understanding your level of data protection read more »

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