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Indian man convicted in Dubai for hacking 15 client websites

According to official records, the defendant, who worked as a computer programmer with the media company, resigned and threatened to hack its client websites after 4,000 dirhams (USD 1,080) was deducted from his salary.

Ultrasound machines vulnerable to hacker tampering: Check Point

According to an industry report, medical imaging machines running outdated software like Windows 2000 can give hackers control of sensitive patient information that can cost hospitals millions of dollars in ransom.

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Mumbai: Four held for hacking insurance firm server, obtaining credit card details

The fraud came to light after officials at the company discovered that an unidentified employee had hacked into its central server and obtained credit card data of a few of its customers.

Mumbai: 24-year-old held for ‘hacking’ woman’s WhatsApp

Diptesh Prakashchand Salecha, a school dropout, was arrested from Jodhpur on Wednesday. He claimed that he learnt hacking on YouTube.

Mumbai: Hackers gain access to login ID of staffer, Rs 97 lakh siphoned off from Andheri bank

The money, police said, was debited to accounts registered in the name of business organisations in New Delhi and Rajasthan.

Democratic Senator McCaskill confirms Russian hacking attempt

McCaskill's office would not give any details about the attempted attack or say how they learned about it. A spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he did not have an immediate comment.

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FireEye denies breaking into Chinese military hackers

Mandiant's APT1 work is seen as a turning point among private cybersecurity reports.

Russian gets twelve years in US prison for role in hacking scheme

The scheme ultimately caused banks and credit card companies to suffer hundreds of millions in losses, including more than $300 million reported by three companies alone, prosecutors said.

Russian hackers exploited weakness in US cyber defense to steal national secrets

An AP report shows that Russian hackers who are part of the Fancy Bear group went after cyber security flaws to take on US officials working on top-secret projects.

South Korean cryptocurrency exchange to file for bankruptcy after hacking

Youbit, a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, announced that it will file for bankruptcy, as it was hacked, which led to the exchange losing 17 per cent of their assets.

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