Saudi Araba nearly bought Italian hackers
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Don't have a state hacking system? Buy one

There was a sharp intake of breath over the weekend when it was revealed that the Saudi Arabian government came close to buying control of the notorious Italian surveillance software company Hacking Team for $42 million – apparently with the assistance of the US.

South Korea nuclear plant had low risk worms
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Splashes out on Mebendazole

South Korean has found that a low-risk computer "worm" had been removed from devices connected to some nuclear plant control systems.

State Hackers used commercial software
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Hit European and Israeli military sites

A state inspired hacking campaign against military targets in Israel and Europe misused security-testing software to cover its tracks and enhance its capability.

Hackers take out German steel factory
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Paper kills rock

Hackers managed to access production networks at a German steel maker, allowing them to tamper with the controls of a blast furnace. According to a German government report, published by the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), it was a rare case where a digital attack actually caused physical damage.

y exclamation

Never rob a broke person

y exclamation

Still did not get the lights off

Only a matter of time

Even your flight is not safe

y censorship banned 

US hackers surprised by censorship standards

y lawbookhammer

Destroy adverts on illegal sites