News round up:
* Cybercrime exploding
* Social engineering on the rise
* Two thirds of UK citizens don’t have computer security
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Guest writer: Terry Royal
Terry is a former medical assistant-turned-certified life coach who writes about health, wellness and the power of positive thinking.
How would you feel if you went to the grocery store and found out at the checkout line that you had no money in your bank account? Normally this is embarrassing enough, but what if you knew that you should have money in the account?
With the beginning of each New Year, comes the latest round of iPhone rumors. When will the next one be launching? What will it look like? What will it be called? We fully expect more concrete updates in June, coming out of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference – but in the meantime, let’s take a look at the chatter so far this year, and what we can expect from Apple.
Hackers claiming to belong to LulzSec have hacked into a number of university networks and in gloating terms disparaged the universities’ security. The move is something of a surprise given that LulzSec ‘officially’ disbanded in June 2011.
Either LulzSec is back in business or it was other hackers using the infamous LulzSec name. Details of the universities hack was posted on pastebin.com including a large number of internal network addresses connected to the establishments.