The IMF becomes the latest high-profile organization to fall victim to a network intrusion, according to various media reports, suffering a substantial breach, the full extent of which is not yet known.
commentary Apple's surprise announcement of a fourth-generation iPad so soon after the last version has one CNET editor feeling burned.
On today's show, it's the Summer of Hackers: Anonymous hits the Spanish police website and threatens the Federal Reserve (which, frankly, we find to be a target that's probably worthy of a little DDoS action). Plus, a nation-state may have hacked IMF, but they're not saying much, and the Bitcoin market crashes (buy low!). Plus, scientists create jellyfish that can shoot tiny, weak lasers ... a stepping stone to the scariest sharks ever.
The hacker group says it's planning an attack on the Federal Reserve tomorrow over monetary policies, most likely with a DDoS attack designed to shut down the agency's Web site.
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