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“Radioactive Boy Scout” regularly visited by FBI for a decade, father...

New documents show David Charles Hahn was reported to authorities in 2007, 2010.

We’re spying on you for your own protection, says NSA, FBI

Except we're not, of course, because that would be illegal A new factsheet by the NSA and FBI has laid bare ludicrous contradictions in how US intelligence agencies choose to interpret a law designed to prevent spying on American citizens, but which they use to achieve exactly that end.…

Being hated pays off for Shkreli: Judge shows pity, grants him...

Judge: Shkreli would face double prosecution from ex-lawyer and co-defendant.

Microsoft reveals it received a secret FBI subpoena

The software giant is no longer prohibited from keeping the classified national security letter a secret.

Software dev cuffed for ‘nicking proprietary financial trading code’

Claims he was scared about losing his job FBI agents have collared a programmer accused of stealing rifling through colleagues' user accounts and stealing proprietary stock trading software.…

Malware Scanning Services Containers for Sensitive Business Information

At the Kaspersky Lab Security Analyst Summit, one researcher shared how he was able to find corporate emails, confidential business plans and classified FBI flash alerts.

Old attack code is new weapon for Russian hackers

Attackers prefer to reuse code and tools for as long as they keep working.
In that tradition, researchers have found evidence suggesting a cyberespionage group is still successfully using tools and infrastructure that was first deployed in attacks 2...

Penquin’s Moonlit Maze

Moonlight Maze is the stuff of cyberespionage legend.
In 1996, in the infancy of the Internet, someone was rummaging through military, research, and university networks primarily in the United States, stealing sensitive information on a massive scale.

To say that this historic threat actor is directly related to the modern day Turla would elevate an already formidable modern day attacker to another league altogether.

Want privacy? Congress says you’ll have to pay for it

When Congress voted down broadband privacy regulations this week, it threw data security under the bus as well.
Internet users who want to protect their data can expect to pay a "privacy tax" as a result.The House voted 215-205 to repeal rules that, among other things, required broadband providers to take "reasonable" steps to protect customers' information.

The rules also would have mandated that telecoms notify customers within 30 days "after reasonable determination of [a data] breach." And if a breach affected at least 5,000 customers, they would have had to notify the FBI, the Secret Service, and the FCC within seven business days.

The privacy rules regarding notifications were slated to take effect in June.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Gizmodo found what looks to be FBI Director James Comey’s Twitter...

Either way, this shows how difficult it is to maintain bulletproof operational security.

To fight Tor hack prosecutions, activist groups offer up legal help

Guide is intended to help level the legal playing field.