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Snowden Review: Watch it watch you

Snowden Review: Watch it watch you

Snowden review: Oliver Stone and Joseph Gordon-Levitt adapt the story of Edward Snowden, giving new depth to the man and his actions.

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Hackers in Japan steal $13 mil from ATMs in just three hours

Hackers in Japan steal $13 mil from ATMs in just three hours

A group of coordinated hackers in Japan, believed to be part of a criminal organization, hit around 1,400 ATMs in the span of three hours to earn $13 mil.

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Anonymous is planning a massive cyber attack against Israel on April 7

Anonymous is planning a massive cyber attack against Israel on April 7

Anonymous has announced that it is preparing a massive cyber attack against Israel on April 7, going so far as to call it an “electronic holocaust.”

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Cybercriminals steal up to $900 million from banks, but the banks may never admit it

Cybercriminals steal up to $900 million from banks, but the banks may never admit it

The Kaspersky Security Firm has released a report showing that between $300 and $900 million have been stolen from banks using malware programs.

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If you use one of these 25 passwords, prepare to feel dumb

If you use one of these 25 passwords, prepare to feel dumb

Passwords like “12345,” “abc123,” and “football” are on the list for the 25 worst emails of 2014.

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NSA knows North Korea hacked Sony, because it hacked North Korea years ago

NSA knows North Korea hacked Sony, because it hacked North Korea years ago

Several cyber experts have publicly cast doubt on the White House's declaration that North Korea was responsible for hacking Sony. It turns out that it had good cause.

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Hacked LA Traffic sign offers important, profanity laced message

Hacked LA Traffic sign offers important, profanity laced message

A hacker took control of an LA traffic sign, and offered an important message to motorists.

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US increases sanctions against North Korea over Sony hacks it may not have committed

US increases sanctions against North Korea over Sony hacks it may not have committed

Despite mounting evidence that North Korea was not actually responsible for hacking Sony, the White House has increased sanctions and promises more to come.

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