· Wembley mother attacked as her five-year-old slept beside her: police →
The attacker fled through the back door before the little boy awoke.
The China Post
· NSA: Russian agents have been hacking major email program →
The Exim exploit allows an attacker to gain access using specially crafted email and install programs, modify data and create new accounts — gaining a foothold on a compromised network.
The New York Times
· U.S. Accuses Russian Military Hackers of Attack on Email Servers →
The vulnerability allowed attackers to execute commands and run their own code on compromised networks, a National Security Agency official said.
· Sporting Lisbon’s ex-president Bruno de Carvalho acquitted of inciting attack on players →
The ex-president of Sporting Lisbon was acquitted on Thursday of inciting a violent attack by fans on the soccer team’s players two years ago, as the Portuguese court sentenced nine of the attackers to five years behind bars each.
· Sporting Lisbon ex-chief acquitted of inciting attack on players →
The ex-president of Sporting Lisbon was acquitted on Thursday of inciting a violent attack by fans on the soccer team's players two years ago, as the Portuguese court sentenced nine of the attackers to five years behind bars each.
· Cyber-defence: America rethinks its strategy in the Wild West of cyberspace →
Attackers may target private-sector networks in banks, hospitals or payment systems, which often appeal to the government for protection.
· How to think about polarization on Facebook →
Google sent 1,755 warnings to users whose accounts were targets of government-backed attackers last month.
· Hong Kong courts groan under weight of protest trials →
The judge called the attacker “a bloodstained victim” of the protesters as he sentenced him to 45 months in jail.
The Japan Times
· A year after stabbing spree, Kawasaki school remembers victims →
The attacker, who wielded knives in both hands, was identified as 51-year-old Ryuichi Iwasaki.