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2014 the Year of the Hacker?

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West Outlaw, Black Bart, Northern California, English Born American, Bandit, Southern Oregon, Call Charley, Bolton, Wild West
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Here we go again, same problem different day. The Internet has become the Wild West and the Hackers are the outlaws. We desperately need some Sheriffs to saddle up,round them up, then hang em high! We need to use our Government Spy networks to catch them and we need to re-write our laws to bring them up to date with the reality of the Internet.

2014 appears to be the year of the Hacker as they move from targeting individuals that they have a grudge against to targeting corporations. Hacking is no longer just about stealing information to hand to the Media to embarrass or damage an individual or company. It is now used to blackmail. Hacking is also now about disrupting and closing internet services with cyber attacks. Hackers have moved from cyber burglary to cyber terrorism. This is a worrying trend.

Who will be next?

Xbox and PlayStation online services have crashed amid claims a hacking group has disabled their services.

Microsoft and Sony, the companies which make the gaming consoles, have told customers they are aware of connection failures after being hit by a suspected cyber attack.

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Better than Noise Control

Two kids playing a Playstation game were surrounded by AOS…the possible ways to look at this.

Two teenagers at the centre of an armed police callout in Palmerston North were firing guns in a PlayStation game, only to be confronted with the real thing outside their house.

Hamiora Canterbury and Zane Lafaiki, both 18, were caught in the middle of an Armed Offenders Squad callout in Highbury yesterday.

The pair were playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on their PlayStation, a combat-based video game, when armed police circled the Somerset Cres house calling for them to come out with their hands up.

Canterbury said he was surprised to see such a strong police presence.

“They thought someone was here that they’d been looking for for ages, so they made us come out and lie face down in the grass while they searched the house . . . I thought I was in trouble.”

But the callout turned out to be a false alarm.? Read more »

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