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15 Top-Paying Certifications for 2015 ***--

Mar 13 2015 11:24 PM | devil soul in IT Certification News

15 Top-Paying Certifications for 2015 John Hales, Global Knowledge VMware, SDN, and SoftLayer instructor, A+, Network+, CTT+, MCSE, MCDBA, MOUS, VCP, VCAP, VCI, EMCSA Introduction To gain refined skills and expertise and to increase pay, many...   Read story →
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UK ISPs block Pirate Bay proxy sites -----

Mar 11 2015 01:14 PM | devil soul in IT News

UK internet service providers have begun blocking access to websites that provide a list of Pirate Bay alternatives, as part of the battle against online piracy. Under a court order, ISPs already block access to many of the biggest sharing sites that...   Read story →
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Gigaom shuts down as it runs out of money -----

Mar 11 2015 01:13 PM | devil soul in IT News

One of the oldest and most prominent technology blogs Gigaom has shut down after running out of money. The company announced it could not pay its creditors, who now held its assets. It said it did not know if the site could operate in the future. Sen...   Read story →
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Banning Tor unwise and infeasible, MPs told -----

Mar 11 2015 01:13 PM | devil soul in IT News

By Kevin Rawlinson BBC News A ban on online anonymity networks would be "technologically infeasible" and unwise, MPs have been told. Parliamentary advisers said networks such as Tor could be used for criminal ends but also in the public intere...   Read story →
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Wikimedia Foundation sues NSA over surveillance -----

Mar 11 2015 01:12 PM | devil soul in IT News

The NSA's mass surveillance programme violates US laws on freedom of speech, alleges a lawsuit begun by the Wikimedia Foundation. The legal action has been filed against the spy agency and the US Department of Justice. The legal action, co-signed...   Read story →
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Millions at risk from 'Freak' encryptio... -----

Mar 11 2015 01:11 PM | devil soul in IT News

Microsoft has issued a security warning about a bug that could let attackers spy on supposedly secure communications. Called "Freak", the bug was found in software used to encrypt data passing between web servers and web users. Initially the...   Read story →
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Spammers charged over 'largest' email b... -----

Mar 11 2015 01:11 PM | devil soul in IT News

Three men have been charged by US authorities for their alleged involvement with a huge email breach. Two Vietnamese men are alleged to have hacked into email providers in the US and stolen one billion addresses. It is believed the two then profited...   Read story →
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Vine star Ben Phillips: Jealous hackers deleted... -----

Mar 11 2015 01:09 PM | devil soul in IT News

By Daniel Rosney Newsbeat reporter Viner Ben Phillips says his account has been hacked and all his videos deleted after he revealed he can earn up to £12,000 a clip. He blames "jealous hackers". "I'm thinking it's because of all the...   Read story →
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Dozens arrested in cybercrime 'strike week... -----

Mar 11 2015 01:08 PM | devil soul in IT News

Dozens arrested in cybercrime 'strike week' NCA raid One raid led to the arrest of a man thought to be involved with an attack on Yahoo in 2012 The UK's National Crime Agency has arrested 56 suspected hackers as part of a "strike week...   Read story →
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Banks to allow account access using fingerprint... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:19 AM | devil soul in IT News

Two banks are allowing their customers to access accounts on their smartphones using fingerprint recognition technology, in a UK industry first. RBS and NatWest customers must activate the feature with their security information, but would only need t...   Read story →
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