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CNS News

December 14, 2012

British authorities opted Friday not to charge a computer hacker who waged a decade-long struggle to avoid trial in the U.S. for breaking into military computers.

Gary McKinnon, who has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, was accused of one of the largest-ever breaches of military networks, carried out soon after the Sept. 11 attacks. U.S. officials have said McKinnon's hacking shut down the U.S. Army district responsible for protecting Washington, and caused about $900,000 worth of damage.

CNS News

December 14, 2012

Envoys in Dubai signed a new U.N. telecommunications treaty Friday that a U.S.-led delegation says endorses greater government control of the Internet.

The U.S. and more than 20 other countries refused to ratify the accord by the 193-nation International Telecommunications Union. Here is a look at Internet restrictions and availability at selected countries and regions around the world...

CNS News

December 10, 2012

Talks over possible new U.N. regulations for the Internet were deeply divided Monday, with Russia and others advocating for more government control, while a U.S.-led bloc warned against rules that could restrict freedoms in cyberspace.

The Dubai conference, which wraps up later this week, is not empowered to bring about any immediate changes on how the Internet operates. But the U.S. and its backers argue that sanctioning greater government roles in Internet oversight could allow governments that already heavily censor Web traffic, such as China or Iran, to justify more restrictions and monitoring. A high-powered U.S. delegation - including representatives from tech giants such as Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. - has tried to block all discussions of possible Internet regulations. The effort, however, has met strong resistance from countries such as Russia that want a greater control over Net commerce and security.

osxdaily.com

November 16, 2012

Mozilla, the makers of Firefox (yes, the web browser), are working on a mobile operating system called Firefox OS.

It's based entirely on HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and is currently at very early stages of development, with an appearance that's kind of like iOS meets Android with a side of Ubuntu. Whether or not Firefox OS goes mainstream remains to be seen, but if you feel like playing around with a new operating system in it's earliest stages, it's now fairly easy to run an emulator on a Mac, Windows PC, or Linux.

Official Google Blog

November 14, 2012

We think it's important to shine a light on how government actions could affect our users.

When we first launched the Transparency Report in early 2010, there wasn't much data out there about how governments sometimes hamper the free flow of information on the web. So we took our first step toward greater transparency by disclosing the number of government requests we received. At the time, we weren't sure how things would look beyond that first snapshot, so we pledged to release numbers twice a year. Today we're updating the Transparency Report with data about government requests from January to June 2012. This is the sixth time we've released this data, and one trend has become clear: Government surveillance is on the rise.

blogs.technet.com

November 13, 2012

Some of you may have noticed us improving our defense-in-depth practices for bulletins by supplying sha1 and sha2 hashes in the Knowledge Base (KB) articles.

This has been most visible in the KB with the addition of the "File hash information" section, but it is also noted in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of each bulletin for convenience. From PowerShell you can easily leverage the .Net Cryptographic Services to define a get-sha256 function like Mike Wilbur has done here. And though it should go without saying, I will say it anyhow - you should not use script or code from untrusted sources...

CNS News

November 10, 2012

A Vatican court on Saturday convicted a Holy See computer technician of helping the former papal butler in the embarrassing leak of confidential papal documents and gave him a two-month suspended sentence in the last trial in the scandal.

Claudio Sciarpelletti, a 48-year-old Italian who is a computer program analyst in the Vatican's Secretariat of State, testified that he had played no role in helping to leak the documents, which later formed the core of an Italian journalist's book alleging corruption in high ranks of the Vatican bureaucracy. Last month, Paolo Gabriele, who served Pope Benedict XVI his meals and helped him dress for ceremonies, was convicted in a separate trial for the theft of the documents from the papal apartment and is serving an 18-month prison sentence in Vatican City.

osxdaily.com

November 1, 2012

The iOS 6.0.1 update provides some invaluable bug fixes, and every iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch user should update to take advantage of them.

The vast majority of users are best served updating directly on their iOS device by using OTA update, found in Settings, General, Software Update. Connecting an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iTunes will also trigger the automatic update procedure. Nonetheless, some advanced users prefer upgrading directly by using IPSW firmware files, and those downloads can be found here.

CNS News

October 24, 2012

Barnes & Noble Inc. said Tuesday that devices used by customers to swipe credit and debit cards have been tampered with in 63 of its stores in nine states.

The company warned customers to check for unauthorized transactions and to change their personal identification numbers, or PINs. It didn't say how many accounts may have been compromised. But The New York Times, citing a high-ranking company official it did not name, reported that hackers had made unauthorized purchases on some customer credit cards.

CNS News

October 24, 2012

Barnes & Noble Inc. said Wednesday the tampering of devices used by customers to swipe credit and debit cards in 63 of its stores was a "sophisticated criminal effort" to steal information, and reiterated it's working with federal law enforcement authorit

The nation's largest bookseller late Tuesday disclosed the data breach in stores in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island, and warned customers to check for unauthorized transactions and to change their personal identification numbers, or PINs. B&N said only one device, or PIN pad, was tampered with in each store, affecting less than 1 percent of these devices in its stores. It released a complete list of locations that were affected. All the PIN pads in its nearly 700 stores nationwide were disconnected on Sept. 14, after the company learned of the tampering.

      

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