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A team of French police dubbed “cybergendarmes” has destroyed a virus that infected more than 850,000 computers worldwide, authorities say. The network of infected computers, known as a botnet, was controlled from France and is thought to have made millions of euros from fraud.

A North Korean state-sponsored hacking group has been targeting retired South Korean diplomats, government, and military officials.

A hugely popular Android app that takes high quality photographs of documents has been found to contain malware.CamScanner has been downloaded more than 100 million times by Android users.

Gatwick-bound plane forced to avoid ‘high risk’ drone.

Security researchers at Google have found evidence of a “sustained effort” to hack iPhones over a period of at least two years.

Paige A. Thompson, the alleged hacker behind the theft of more than 100 million customer records from Capital One Financial Corp., has been indicted on additional charges for hacking more than 30 companies.

A hacker group is exploiting vulnerabilities in more than ten WordPress plugins to create rogue admin accounts on WordPress sites across the internet.

The co-founder and chief executive of Twitter had his own account on the service briefly taken over by hackers.

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