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Israeli spyware sold to Iranspyware products made by an Israeli technology firm, Allot Communications, were sold to the country's worst enemy, Iran, sparking calls by an Israeli MP for an investigation.
Spies fail to escape spyware at ISS World bazaarThe intelligence operative sits in a leather club chair, laptop open, one floor below the Hilton Kuala Lumpur's convention rooms, scanning the airwaves for spies. In the salons above him, merchants of electronic...
Spy vs. Spyware in Cyber BazaarAt the Wiretapper's Ball, attendees fret about losing trade secrets to hackers, or falling prey to phone interception
Mobile Spyware Raises Ethical, Legal QuestionsIn 2003, Atir Raihan began work on a product that has gone on to gain infamy in the world's security industry. His idea: to build a spyware program for mobile...
Today's e-Reads: Online Gambling Green Light; Spyware Catches Spies, TooThe Justice Department has cleared the way for states to legalize Internet poker and certain other online betting, Reuters reports.
'Spyware' may be stealing your money"Ever get the feeling you've been cheated? Now you can find out the truth."
Montco man who put spyware on father's computer gets probationA Pottstown man convicted of putting spyware on his father's computer to capture passwords to e-mail accounts was sentenced Wednesday to two years' probation.
Probation for son who put spyware on cheating dad?s computerA Delaware County man convicted of putting spyware on his father's computer to capture passwords to e-mail accounts was sentenced Wednesday to two years probation.
Carrier IQ's MSIP: Spyware according to someCarrier IQ's MSIP client is on millions of smart phones. More than a few people are wondering why, and what to do about it.
Spies Fail to Escape Spyware in $5 Billion Bazaar for Cyber ArmsThe intelligence operative sits in a leather club chair, laptop open, one floor below the Hilton Kuala Lumpur?s convention rooms, scanning the airwaves for spies.
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