13 defendants pleaded guilty of an attack on PayPal’s Website

  In December 2010, PayPal suspends its Wikileaks’ accounts in order to stop the anti-secrecy website from accessing and receiving donations. This decision was made in response to the publication of classified documents by Wikileaks. Finding the decision unfair, the “Anonymous” coordinated and executed a denial-of-service attacks against PayPal under... Read more

Holes in Victoria Government Cyber Security

  Following the announcement by IT Minister, 2 weeks ago, of the cyber-security strategy for the Victorian government to be directed by Alastair McGibbon, a report showed last week that the Victorian Government’s IT systems are totally unprepared for cyber-attacks;  the state doesn’t have the procedures in place to identify... Read more

Rebuilding trust after spying revelations by Snowden

  The relationship between EU and US is cracked. After the spying revelations released by American former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, European Commission responded to the UE concerns about the US’s data collection programs. Viviane Reding, the European Commission vice-president, deplored the American mass surveillance and said that “Massive... Read more

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