Category: Digital World

British hacker who caused $600,000 of damage to US military networks is sentenced

A computer hacker who gained unauthorised access to data from US military systems has been handed a suspended sentence this week (14 September), bringing a 2-year case to a close. 25-year-old Sean Caffrey, from the West Midlands, UK, admitted an offence under the Computer Misuse Act at Birmingham Crown Court Continue Reading

A new Bluetooth exploit leaves billions of devices vulnerable

According to a new report, roughly 5.3 billion of the 8.2 billion Bluetooth connected devices on the planet are vulnerable to a new exploit. Nearly every connected device on earth features Bluetooth and now over half of them are at risk from BlueBorne, a new zero-day exploit. BlueBorne targets vulnerable devices and spreads Continue Reading

Pregnant Danielle Lloyd becomes latest victim of ‘iCloud leak’ as nude images appear online

The model, 33, who is currently pregnant with her fourth child, has reported the ‘violation of her private images’ to the police. The website that first posted the images appears to have been taken down, while Danielle has reportedly got the police. A representative for Danielle told The Sun: ‘Our client Danielle Continue Reading

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