Monthly Archives: February 2014

Obama speech on NSA welcome, but effects remain to be seen: EU official

European Union Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstroem on Friday welcomed a speech made by U.S. President Barack Obama on curbing the activities of the National Security Agency (NSA), saying what that meant in practice was yet to be seen. … Continue reading

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Cybercrime and penalties in Nepal

Internet is a new dimension that is developing in Nepal and the Nepal police is also acting towards it. AS the power of internet increases the crimes also increase with it. Our country has many sector working with this problem. Central … Continue reading

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U.S. retailer Michaels warns of possible payment card breach

Michaels Companies Inc, the biggest U.S. arts and crafts retailer, said it is investigating a possible security breach on its payment card network and advised customers to check their financial statements for fraudulent activity. If confirmed, it would mark the … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of WiFi

The Super Bowl will keep many viewers glued to their televisions and their computers.  But, if you are a WiFi user, heed these words of caution. Public Wi-Fi is convenient, and dangerous. Since the connection is public, it’s accessible to … Continue reading

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Syrian Electronic Army: We Hacked eBay and PayPal

The Syrian Electronic Army, a notorious hacking group, says it claimed two big-name victims Saturday: eBay and PayPal. While a hack on PayPal could put millions of peoples’ bank information at risk, the hackers said this attack was a “hacktivist … Continue reading

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