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Judge rules that peer-to-peer file sharing data isn't private
Judge rules that peer-to-peer file sharing data isn't privateA federal judge in Vermont has ruled that there should be no expectation of privacy for data shared across peer-to-peer file sharing services. In a case centered around the detection of child pornography, three defendants argued that information gained from a P2P network was illegally obtained by police without a search warrant. Police officers had used a number of software tools, known collectively as Child Protection System, to create automated searches for files known to contain images of child pornography. While the defendants sought to suppress the evidence, District Court Judge Christina Reiss denied the motion and ruled that the defendants had given up privacy by making the files available through the P2P network.
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Russian Cosmonauts Occasionally Infect the ISS with Malware
Russian Cosmonauts Occasionally Infect the ISS with MalwareRussian security expert Eugene Kaspersky says the International Space Station was infected by malware installed through a USB stick carried on board by a Russian cosmonaut. Speaking to reporters at a National Press Club event in Canberra, Australia, last week, Kaspersky also said the infamous Stuxnet virus infected a nuclear power plant in Russia and "badly damaged" their internal infrastructure. Kaspersky refused to provide details or elaborate on how badly the virus affected ISS operations or how engineering crews cleaned up the mess left behind.
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Execs Watching Porn a Leading Cause of Computer Viruses
While employees may get the brunt of the blame for security breaches, company leaders are doing their fair share of damage as well, a new study finds. Research from ThreatTrack Security revealed that 40 percent of security professionals found that a device used by a member of their company's senior leadership team had been infected by malware because of a visit to a pornographic website, and nearly 60 percent of the security professionals surveyed have cleaned malware from a device after an executive clicked on a malicious link or was duped by a phishing email. In addition, 45 percent of respondents said they have found malware on a senior leader's device because the executive allowed a family member to use it, with one-third of security professionals discovering it on an executive's mobile devices because they installed a malicious app. ThreatTrack CEO Julian Waits Sr. said that while it is discouraging that so many malware analysts are aware of data breaches that enterprises have not disclosed, it is no surprise that the breaches are occurring.
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Al Qaeda in Yemen vows revenge for Shi'ite rebel attack on Salafis
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has pledged revenge against Shi'ite Houthi rebels in northern Yemen for their assault on a Salafi school in Dammaj, Site Monitoring Service reported late on Tuesday, citing a statement from the group. Fighting between Houthis and Salafis in the traditional Dammaj school, in the heart of Shi'ite territory, caused more than 100 deaths over the past two weeks and threatens to cause more sectarian tensions in Yemen. The impoverished Arabian Peninsula state faces a host of political troubles, including the Houthi rebellion, an al Qaeda uprising, splits in the military and a southern separatist movement.
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Feared death toll in Somalia cyclone rises to 300
Map of Somalia locating Puntland, where as many as 300 people are feared dead after a ferocious storm and days of heavy floodsAs many as 300 people are feared dead after a ferocious storm and days of heavy floods in Somalia's northeastern Puntland region, the local government said Wednesday. The death toll could not be independently verified, but weather experts from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) confirmed flooding was severe. "Given that Puntland is a semi-arid region, it rarely rains but when it does, to an extent we have seen... the impact is devastating," said Hussein Gadain, a senior FAO technical advisor. Coastal destruction caused by a 2004 tsunami was widely seen as being one trigger for a surge in attacks off Somalia, peaking in January 2011 when the pirates held 736 hostages and 32 boats.
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