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One cybersecurity expert from Atlanta said the data dump appeared to be real after verification from multiple users who admitted to having registered on the website.


"I have verified multiple users of the site, one of which was a throw-away account used only on the site," Robert Graham from Errata Security wrote in a blog post. "Assuming my followers (of the twitter account) aren't lying, this means the dump is confirmed."


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United States is on the brink of making another grave mistake under the name of protecting cyber security, as it is reportedly considering retaliatory measures against China for unfounded hacking accusations.


Senior U.S. government and intelligence officials were quoted by a U.S. newspaper as saying Friday that President Barack Obama's administration has determined to retaliate against China for its alleged theft of personnel information of more than 20 million Americans from the database of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), but the forms and specific measures of the retaliation have not been decided.Full Story


Washington Post reporter stands trial in Iran over spying charges


TEHRAN, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- An Iranian court on Monday tried a Washington Post reporter for the fourth time over spying and propaganda charges, official IRNA news agency reported.


Jason Rezaian, 39-year-old Iranian-American, stood trial at Branch 15 of Iran's Islamic Revolution Court, the same court before which he was previously tried for three times. Full story


Abe seeks explanation over alleged U.S. spying in talks with Joe Biden: report


TOKYO, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has asked the U.S. government to look into the alleged spying activities on the Japanese government and companies raised by the Wikileaks website in telephone talks with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday, local media reported.


In the call, Abe asked for an explanation and told Biden that if the alleged spying is true, it would damage the relationship between the two allies, Japan's Kyodo News Agency cited a government source as reporting. Full story


Commentary: Japan's silence on U.S. spying betrays masochistic diplomacy towards Big Brother


TOKYO, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) -- The Wikileaks website on Friday posted some reports by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), showing that the country has for years been intercepting phone calls between Japanese officials on sensitive issues.


Since plenty of countries, including France and Germany, have been reported as being spied on by the NSA, it's no surprise for Japan to be another target. What's surprising is that Japan, a country which usually disputes every detail in its diplomatic policy, unexpectedly keeps silent on this issue.


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ISLAMABAD, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- The recent emergence of a number of highly educated Pakistanis who were involved in extremist and terrorist activities has rung alarm bells in the power corridors of Pakistan.


Last week, law enforcement agencies busted an independent terrorist group Ansar-ul-Sharia Pakistan (the supporters of Islamic law in Pakistan), which comprises 10 to 12 highly educated people in the country's southern port city of Karachi.


According to police, all the members of the group are qualified from well-known universities, including Karachi University and NED University of Engineering and Technology, while the chief of the group namely Abdullah was working as an information technology expert in a university.


Rao Anwar, Senior Superintendent Police, said that all the group members were the students of science subjects and belong to noble and educated families and that the group was involved in the killing of police and security personnel.


The members got training from Afghanistan and were showing their presence in Karachi by terrorist attacks with a final aim to tie with Al-Qaeda, said Anwar, adding "emergence of such a group is a serious concern for the country which is struggling for peace."


Following the development, intelligence agencies have increased surveillance in all major universities of the country, while security audit of some of the educational institutes has already started.


Ansar-ul-Sharia Pakistan is not the first terrorist group with the participation of educated people, the country has already witnessed the emergence of several other highly qualified persons who shattered the peace with their lethal actions in the past.


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