New Hacking Twist in Arab-Israeli Conflict; Leaked Data Exposes Israeli Cosmeticians, Hairdressers

Hundreds of stolen e-mail addresses and passwords were published on the Anonymous Arab website following a successful hacking attack targeting a yet-unidentified Israeli web site, according to haaretz.com.

Most Twitter Information Requests Come from U.S., but no Takedown

The U.S. government asked Twitter to disclose information on far more users than the government of any other country, according to the first Twitter Transparency Report. The American requests included no official takedown inquiry, while the UK, France, or Greece had several such demands.

Zeus Botmasters Jailed Following Complaint from Microsoft

Two more members of the Zeus malware operation have been identified and held in custody following a complaint by Microsoft. Yevhen Kulibaba and Yuriy Konovalenko have been added as defendants in one of the largest malware operation to date, according to the company.

Apple to Fork Over $60m to Settle Dispute Over iPad Name

Apple will pay $60 million to a Chinese company to settle the dispute over the “iPad” name, a court in Guangdong, China has ruled.

« Back