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US government reportedly blaming North Korea for Sony hack

US government reportedly blaming North Korea for Sony hack

US officials have concluded that North Korea was "centrally involved" in the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, according to American national media and TV reports.

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Millions of routers and PCs vulnerable to decade-old cookie flaw

Millions of routers and PCs vulnerable to decade-old cookie flaw

A critical software vulnerability that was supposedly patched in 2005 is still affecting at least 200 types of home and small business internet routers, and could also be used by hackers to compromise millions of networked PCs and IoT devices.

UK firms turning to cyber-security contractors

UK firms turning to cyber-security contractors

New research reveals that UK firms are turning to contractors to plug the widening skills gap in the cyber-security field.

Hidden backdoor in up to 10m Android phones

Hidden backdoor in up to 10m Android phones

Chinese manufacturer Coolpad installs hidden backdoor in Android phones allowing permanent control of the device.

Sony faces lawsuits over data privacy

Sony faces lawsuits over data privacy

New York film premier cancelled after Sony hackers issue threats

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Why the UK leads the way in API security

Why the UK leads the way in API security

Dense population and its role as a transportation hub has pushed the UK to ensure good security for APIs exposed in use, integrating borders and government agencies, says Jason Macy.

Who polices the security service?

Who polices the security service?

Questions need to be asked of Patch Tuesday and Microsoft's approach to it, says Robert Brown.

Passwords aren't going anywhere any time soon

Passwords aren't going anywhere any time soon

Take human memory out of the equation and passwords remain a viable access option says Emmanuel Schalit.

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