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    26 vulnerabilities detected from 2nd Singapore Govt bug bounty programme

    The top local hacker is Samuel Eng, who found four of the validated vulnerabilities and got a bounty of US$1,750 as a result.
  2. It has been an uphill climb for cybersecurity.

    Commentary: Here's how to win the cybersecurity arms race

    One advantage cybersecurity departments have over hackers is this - hackers cannot work in the open, says Red Hat's Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen.
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    Commentary: Time to fix your bad cyber habits

    After last year's cybersecurity lapses, we should resolve to be more careful this year, says one observer.
  4. FILE PHOTO: A man takes part in a hacking contest during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas

    Commentary: A safer online playground powered by hackers

    What businesses and government bodies need is a paradigm shift to expose cybersecurity systems to the outside and enlist hackers to exploit ...
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    Hackers target real estate deals in the US, with devastating impact

  6. AntiHack.me founders

    Singapore start-up catches computer bugs for a living, and wants more to do the same

    AntiHack.me is hoping to change how people think about cybersecurity services, and how pay-as-you-use methods like bug bounties could play a ...
  7. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's Facebook page has 10 million likes, but he has come under

    Cambodia PM's Facebook account hacked to 'give away parliament seats'

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    Commentary: The four deadly cybersecurity sins most of us are guilty of

    Safeguarding your files and personal information on your smartphone or laptop from hackers is not rocket science, yet many negate to take basic ...
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    Hackers steal US$15.3 million from Mexico financial system

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    Commentary: Personal Internet use at work makes life easier for hackers

    Surfing the Internet at work could expose your company to more cybersecurity risks, says one expert from De Montfort University.