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Inmate gets 18 months for hacking prison computer PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Sunday, 27 December 2009 16:08

By Robert McMillan, ComputerWorld.com
A former Massachusetts prison inmate has been given an 18-month prison sentence for hacking prison computers while he was incarcerated.

 
Hackers break Amazon`s Kindle DRM PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Sunday, 27 December 2009 16:06

By Dan Goodin, TheRegister.co.uk
An Israeli hacker says he has broken copyright protections built in to Amazon`s Kindle for PC, a feat that allows ebooks stored on the application to work with other devices.

 
Hackers take Twitter offline for a while PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Sunday, 27 December 2009 16:01

By Sumner Lemon, ComputerWorld.com
Microblogging site Twitter went offline for a while Friday after hackers calling themselves the Iranian Cyber Army apparently managed to change DNS records, redirecting traffic to another Web page.

 
Google enters URL shortening business with goo.gl PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Friday, 18 December 2009 10:53

H-Online.com

Google has announced that it can now shorten URLs with the goo.gl (http://goo.gl/)service. The new URL shortening service, unlike other services, is not directly accessible, but requires the use of Google Toolbar or FeedBurner to get a short version of a URL. Google say the new service offers stability, speed and security. The security claim comes from the automatic filtering of shortened URLs by using the same technology that Google uses in web search to warn of malicious sites.

 
Microsoft cops to webcode theft PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 18 December 2009 10:51

By Rik Myslewski, TheRegister.co.uk
Microsoft has admitted that its new Chinese microblogging service used webcode pilfered from a similar service popular elsewhere in Asia.
On Monday, as reported by The Reg, Asian microblogging site Plurk accused Microsoft China of pilfering its code for a new social-networking feature known as Juku on the Chinese MSN site.

 
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