Sony suffers another major security breach

Sony suffers another major security breach

Nikkei.com on Monday reported that an online Sony gaming network has once again fallen victim to a cyberattack. This time, the attack may have exposed the credit card numbers of thousands of Sony customers from around the world. According to the report, over 12,700 customer credit card numbers were stolen during a breach of Sony’s online gaming network, Sony...

Morgan Stanley Attacked by China-Based Hackers Who Hit Google

March 1 (Bloomberg) — Morgan Stanley experienced a “very sensitive” break-in to its network by the same China-based hackers who attacked Google Inc.’s computers more than a year ago, according to leaked e-mails from a cyber-security company working for the bank. The e-mails from the Sacramento, California-based computer security firm HBGary Inc., which...

Why everyone hates new net neutrality rules—even NN supporters

By Nate Anderson | Last updated about 13 hours ago It’s no surprise that those who have always opposed net neutrality weren’t pleased with today’s FCC order instituting it—one expects no less—but the sheer vehemence of the objections was still surprising. Republican FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell unleashed a biblical jeremiad against the...

Oracle asks Apache to reconsider Java committee departure

Chris Kanaracus and Joab Jackson 10.12.2010 kl 14:43 | IDG News Service\Boston Bureau Oracle has asked the Apache Software Foundation to reconsider its decision to quit the Java SE/EE Executive Committee, and is also acknowledging the ASF’s importance to Java’s future. The ASF announced its departure from the committee on Wednesday in a blog post,...

Police seek powers to shut websites

� Soca wants Nominet to be able to shut down sites deemed to be “criminal” Related stories Call to fix ‘inaccessible’ sites Student fees riot images released Government tackles data disputes The police are seeking powers to shut down websites deemed to be engaged in “criminal” activity. The Serious and Organised Crime Agency...

OpenDNS: We’re Being Blocked

OpenDNS was founded in 2006 and quickly made a lot of fans around here due to their fast, reliable DNS servers and DNS services. It has been a profitable business; in 2008 it was estimated that OpenDNS generates a whopping $20,000 per day off of their DNS redirection relationship with Yahoo. Every DNS outage over the last four years effectively acted as an...