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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