DForce hacker returns $25m in 'stolen' crypto-currencies

Records show that funds in a variety of crypto-currencies were withdrawn from the DForce platform based in China.

A sum of $10m was taken in Ethereum, for example, while a further $10m was taken in digital coins tied to the US dollar and $4m in other coins.

Roughly the same amount has now been returned - although in a different mix of crypto-currencies.

DForce is an online service that allows users to make crypto-currency transactions with one another.

Fears over fake Bieber and Styles accounts

The growing world of social media apps with big teenage audiences has made the situation even more difficult to police, they say.

"Identity assumption by child sex offenders is increasing quite steadily," Detective Inspector Jon Rouse, who runs task force Argos, a specialist branch responsible for tackling online child exploitation in Queensland, Australia, told us.

Pictures leaked: Here’s how to stay safe

With the recent addition of some new names, it looks like the list of the targeted celebrities is growing.

According to various media reports, the new additions to the list are more named like WWE star Paige (whose real name is Saraya-Jade Bevis), actress Dylan Penn, and Arrow star Katie Cassidy.

The other celebs who had become a target are Rose McGowan, Rhona Mitra, Analeigh Tipton, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Lili Simmons, Iliza Shlesinger, and April Love Geary.

Ubuntu Linux, Safari, Adobe Reader, And Edge Hacked At Pwn2Own 2017

It’s sponsored by the security firm Trend Micro. The very first day saw some major hacks and awards worth $233,000 in prize money.

This year’s event marks the 10th year of this annual hacking competition. It’s also special as for the first time Linux was made a target. Specifically, Ubuntu Linux 16.10 was hacked along with other software like Microsoft Edge, Adobe Reader, and Apple Safari.

Emma Watson private photos stolen in 'hack'

A spokesman for the Beauty and the Beast star confirmed the pictures - which show her trying on various outfits - were stolen.

"Photos from a clothes fitting Emma had with a stylist a couple of years ago have been stolen," her publicist said.

"They are not nude photographs. Lawyers have been instructed and we are not commenting further."

Hack your brain to remember almost anything

But in some ways, he's just as forgetful as the rest of us.

"I still forget plenty of basic things, like where I left my keys," said Mullen, a medical student at the University of Mississippi.