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British hacker of US military to learn extradition fate next month

By Antony Savvas 13 Apr 2006

A British hacker will find out next month whether he will be extradited to the US for breaking into NASA and US military systems. Read More

Learn the lessons of McKinnon case, says Lacey

By Bill Goodwin 16 May 2006

IT security chiefs have welcomed a UK court’s decision to recommend extraditing the former systems administrator accused of hacking into US defence systems. Read More

US military made basic errors in data security, says hacking suspect

By Bill Goodwin 02 May 2006

The US military made basic security errors that left sensitive computer systems open to hacking, the former systems administrator at the centre of a high-profile hacking case claimed this week. Read More

US military hacking suspect freed on bail

By Antony Savvas 13 Jun 2005

A British computer hacker wanted by US authorities for allegedly causing £375,000 in damage to US military networks has been freed on bail. Read More

German firm grabs National Hi-Tech Crime Unit's web identity

By Antony Savvas 04 Sep 2008

The government's National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) has had its web identity snapped up by a private German web firm. Read More

Poor privileged account management practices leave security gap

By Ron Condon 23 Oct 2009

Many European companies are sharing access to privileged accounts, according to a new study. Read More

British military hacker freed on bail

By Antony Savvas 09 Jun 2005

A British computer hacker wanted by US authorities for allegedly causing $700,000 (£375,000) in damage to US military networks has been freed on bail Read More

London system administrator faces extradition for hacking US military

13 Nov 2002

An unemployed computer systems administrator from north London is facing extradition to the US. He was accused of exploiting... Read More

News in brief

17 Apr 2006

Short takes from this week's news Read More