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NY Times site inaccessible, Twitter problems also

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Readers who tried to click on the New York Times’ website got nothing but error messages for several hours Tuesday during the site’s second major disruption this month, and people also had trouble accessing Twitter. A hacker group calling itself the “Syrian Electronic Army” claimed responsibility

Posted: August 28th, 2013 in Internet,Latest Technology Stories,Social Media | Read More »

S. Korea sounds alert after official websites hacked

Members of the Korea Internet Security Agency (KISA) check on cyber attacks at a briefing room of KISA in Seoul on March 20, 2013. AFP FILE PHOTO

South Korea issued a cyber attack alert Tuesday after hackers penetrated a number of official websites, including the presidential Blue House, on the anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War.

Posted: June 25th, 2013 in Internet,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

China denies renewed US cyber-attack claims

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi leaves after a news conference in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, China, Saturday. China's foreign minister has rejected accusations that the country's military was behind massive hacking attacks on US and other foreign targets and called for more international cooperation in policing the Internet. AP FILE PHOTO

China’s military is denying renewed U.S. accusations of carrying out cyber-attacks and says the sides should cooperate against the global threat of computer crime.

Posted: May 7th, 2013 in Headlines,Internet,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

Washington Post joins list of hacked US media

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The Washington Post disclosed Saturday that it had suffered a cyberattack and suspects Chinese hackers were behind it, joining Twitter and major US media outlets that have endured intrusions.

Posted: February 3rd, 2013 in Headlines,Internet,Latest Technology Stories,Social Media | Read More »

Drones, computers new weapons of US shadow wars

This Jan. 31, 2010 file photo shows an unmanned U.S. Predator drone flies over Kandahar Air Field, southern Afghanistan, on a moon-lit night. After a decade of costly conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American way of war is evolving toward less brawn, more guile. Drone aircraft spy on and attack terrorists with no pilot in harm's way. Small teams of special operations troops quietly train and advise foreign forces. Viruses sent from computers to foreign networks strike silently, with no American fingerprint.  AP/KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH, FILE

After a decade of costly conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American way of war is evolving toward less brawn, more guile.

Posted: June 17th, 2012 in Headlines,Latest Technology Stories,Photos & Videos | Read More »

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