The Third Circuit has reversed the conviction of hacker Andrew Auernheimer on the grounds that the federal prosecutors brought the case in the wrong venue: “Andrew ‘Weev’ Auernheimer was in Arkansas during the time of the hack, his alleged co-conspirator was in California, and the servers that they accessed were physically located in Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia. 684 more words
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By Anick Jesdanun
NEW YORK (AP) — Passwords, credit cards and other sensitive data are at risk after security researchers discovered a problem with an encryption technology used to securely transmit email, e-commerce transactions, social networking posts and other Web traffic. 467 more words
Consumers Can Proceed as Class Action Against Antivirus Software Provider Symantec Corp. for Misleading
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com (press release) 4/4/2014
(Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/2014/04/02/5831944/federal-court-rules-consumers.html?sp=/100/773/385/#storylink=cpy)
Federal Court Rules Consumers Can Proceed as Class Action Against Antivirus Software Provider Symantec Corp. 490 more words
ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A Colorado National Guardsman accused of stealing recruiting money now faces more charges.
Sgt. Luke Peelgrane now faces a dozen charges including theft, forgery and computer crime. 82 more words
Earlier I wrote about French cyberwarfare specialist Eric Filiol’s decision to withdraw his presentation from CanSecWest Vancouver, the security conference now underway in Vancouver. After I posted that story, I heard back from Eric, who emailed me a note explaining his decision to withdraw from the conference. 757 more words
Independent software suppliers need to recognize the tide of change that is coming from their largest enterprise customers.