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  • Piracy and IP theft trouble software publishers

    22.03.2013

    A joint survey by SafeNet and SIIA of more than 620 software developers and 194 enterprise software end users, revealed that developers continue to struggle with how to secure their critical intellectual property (IP) without disrupting their business.

  • Pirate Bay co-founder arrested in Cambodia

    03.09.2012

    Gottfrid Svartholm, one of the four founders of file-sharing site Pirate Bay, was arrested on Thursday in Cambodia.

  • US Feds shutter three Android app pirate sites

    23.08.2012

    For the first time since it has started the war against illegal sites, the US Department of Justice has swooped on three websites that were engaged in the illegal distribution of copies of copyrighted Android apps.

  • 92% of the top 100 mobile apps have been hacked

    20.08.2012

    Ninety-two percent of the Top 100 paid Apple iOS apps and 100 percent of Top 100 paid Android apps have been hacked, according to a new report by Arxan Technologies.

  • Fake products pose real dangers

    01.08.2012

    It’s no surprise that many high-end luxury items, such as handbags and watches, have had its share of knock-offs over the years, mainly because they’re often perceived as unattainable or too costly for the average consumer.




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Dissecting the unpredictable DDoS landscape

Posted on 23 April 2014.  |  DDoS attacks are now more unpredictable and damaging than ever, crippling websites, shutting down operations, and costing millions of dollars in downtime, customer support and brand damage, according to Neustar.


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