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17/11/2018 Headlines

Canadian Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacked

MapleChange posted on Twitter moments after the attack that a bug in the system allowed an attacker to withdraw funds it held. The hack occurred sometime after .....Read More

Bitcoin Mining Could Thwart Efforts to Limit Global Warming - Report

Scientists have warned that demand for bitcoin could single-handedly derail efforts to limit global warming, due to the huge amounts of energy taken to generate.....Read More

IBM Acquiring Red Hat for a Whopping $34 Billion

IBM (International Business Machine) is acquiring the world-renowned provider of open source cloud software Red Hat, Inc., for a whopping $34 billion, the news .....Read More

Malwarebytes Forum User Discovers A Crypto Tracker App That Secretly Installed Backdoors in Macs

A recent blog post from Malwarebytes' Thomas Reed, Director of Mac & Mobile, explains how a contributor on the Malwarebytes forum going by the name 1vladimir no.....Read More

Iranian Hackers Hit U.K. Cybersecurity Universities

Iranian cybercriminals tried to hack into U.K. universities offering government-certified cybersecurity courses, successfully accessing at least one university'.....Read More

Child ID Fraud a Growing Problem

Citing a 2018 Child Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research, more than 1 million children were victims of identity fraud last year; two-thirds were .....Read More


Video Interviews

Tim Jones talks on the wealth of networks

Christophe Dolique of Gemplus talks about ·SIM

Dominique Brule of Philips Semiconductors talks about Near Field Communication