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61. learning | 18 Feb 2015
» That bodyguard you see accompanying former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and before that her older brother and his former wife is not an employee of the Shinawatra family. He is still a member of the Thai police and...
62. tech | 18 Feb 2015
» WASHINGTON - A series of cyber attacks against Israel since mid-2013 appears to be coming from "Arab parties located in the Gaza Strip" and elsewhere, US security researchers say.
63. news | 18 Feb 2015
» Unemployment benefits for employees who resign from their jobs will be kept in the amended Social Security Act, Labour Minister Surasak Karnjanarat said yesterday.
64. tech | 18 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» Research has found that over 60% of popular dating apps are vulnerable to hackers. Analysis conducted by IBM Security found over 60% of leading dating mobile apps are potentially vulnerable to a variety of cyber-attacks ...
65. tech | 18 Feb 2015
» WASHINGTON - A powerful cyberspying tool can tap into millions of computers worldwide through secretly installed malware, security researchers say, with many signs pointing to a US-led effort.
66. news | 17 Feb 2015
» A police colonel assigned as a bodyguard for former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra since her early days in office has sparked an investigation into the roles of all police acting as personal escorts for former politi...
67. news | 17 Feb 2015
» Danish security agencies were under scrutiny Tuesday over the weekend shootings that sent jitters through Europe, after intelligence officials acknowledged the suspected gunman had been flagged up as being at risk of rad...
68. multimedia | 17 Feb 2015
» Up to 100 banks and other finanicial institutions around the world have been hit by one of the most sophisicated cyber attacks to strike the finance industry, according to a Russian security company. As Joel Flynn report...
69. news | 17 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: News
» CAIRO/PARIS: Egypt and France on Monday urged the UN Security Council to meet and mull fresh measures against Islamic State (IS) jihadists after militants posted a video showing the decapitation of 21 Coptic Christians.
70. news | 17 Feb 2015
» MOSCOW - A wave of cyberattacks since 2013 has cost banks around the globe up to US$1 billion (870 million euros) according to a report by Russian computer security firm Kaspersky Lab released Monday.