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Google France forced to notify visitors of €150,000 privacy policy fine

Google has been shamed and forced by the authorities in France to publish on the first page of its search engine a message that informs the public about the fine of 150,000 euros received in this country for violation of privacy of users. French Data Protection Authority,

Telecom provider Orange hacked, 800 000 customer records stolen

According to Pc Impact, the page “My Account” was the target of an attack Thursday, January 16. The ISP states that personal data were stolen, but the passwords are not affected. Less than 3% of the France Telecom Orange customers are impacted. A complaint was filed: Hackers

Syrian Electronic Army Hacked eBay and PayPal websites from UK, France and India

The Syrian Electronic Army hacking group, announced that they claimed two well known companies Saturday, on 1st February 2014. The victims are eBay and PayPal websites from United Kingdom, France and India. The syrian hackers said that this attack was a “hacktivist operation” and that they haven’t

Yahoo Mail Hacked through Third Party

Yahoo announced on their blog that hackers accessed a number of its mail accounts through a third party and that the affected accounts must reset their passwords as soon as possible. Yahoo says that their servers are still safe, but according to the company, hackers used a

Worst passwords of 2013

The password “123456” was the most commonly used password of 2013, according to research conducted by SplashData, quoted by La Vangurdia. It is also the most insecure password that a user can have, say sources cited. The following positions are occupied all sequential combinations such as “password”,

Hackathon Starter

Do you want to create a hackathon contest? Now you have the application that will allow you to create a Kickstarter for Node.js applications. Powered by Bootstrap, the Hackathon Starter application uses MongoDB, NodeJS and Xcode. And now it’s available on Github. If you have attended any

A prisoner from Romania invented an anti-theft device

A Romanian hacker wants to protect the ATM world. He invented a device that makes it impossible to card fraud when inserted into the ATM. Valentin blunt is currently in prison in Vaslui, Romania , where he was executed five years in prison for cloning cards. Prisoner

The hacker ‘Guccifier’ real face revealed

The hacker Guccifier was caught after some searches in his home from Arad, Romania. His real name is “Marcel Lazar Lehel”. He was sentenced to three years probation. The Romanian Law Enforcement, DIICOT have cooperated with the US authorities in order to catch the hacker. Guccifer was