British hacker jailed for 5 years

Nicholas Webber, aged 21, is one of the most well known computer hackers in Britain after being placed in jail for five years following a multi-million-pound internet scheme that he set up online. He is now in the news again after hacking into a computer system at the prison while still incarcerated, because he was […]

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Debt charities unhappy with payday lenders

As reported by one of leading debt charities of the country, there has been an increase in the number of people who have been complaining regarding Wonga, and other payday lenders. The rate of increase has been as high as 94% according to the National Debtline service. Last year it entertained almost 20,000 calls complaining […]

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Financial and online industries still reluctant to implement fraud prevention technology

Despite the strong efforts of security vendors to convince the financial industry and many online stores, it is still apparent that these industries are unwilling to adopt the DNSSEC technology, a mechanism used to prevent fraud making it extra-challenging for fraudsters to fake legitimate websites. DNSSEC, otherwise known as the DNS Security Extensions, effectively utilizes […]

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A look at the work of the conveyancer

Conveyancing is the process in which a solicitor manages, controls, and maintains the property sale or purchase, and is often liable for transferring or passing the property from one person to another according to the law of country. Most people make a common mistake of putting their all beliefs in the work and professionalism of […]

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Complaints that adverts are too loud

oud advertisements have started to disturb Americans and they have to turn down the volume again and again while watching their favourite show on the television. After getting so many complaints from the viewers, The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has decided to ban those broadcasters which air loud adverts. An alert has been issued to […]

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Homeserve’s customer complaints are going down

Homeserve is under investigation by the Financial Service Authority (FSA). The famous home emergency repairs group in the UK had their reputation knocked last year due to serious internal issues and now is under investigation for having this unpleasant and troublesome past. The major issues the company was dealing with were pitfalls in the sales […]

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