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U.N. warns on mobile cybersecurity bugs in bid to prevent attacks

BOSTON (Reuters) - A United Nations group that advises nations on cybersecurity plans to send out an alert about significant vulnerabilities in mobile phone technology that could potentially enable hackers to remotely attack at least half a billion phones.Full story

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U.S. Deputy Attorney General James Cole waves to the audience after delivering remarks on cyber security at the Cybersecurity law summit in Washington
U.S. Deputy Attorney General James Cole waves to the audience after delivering remarks on cyber security at the Cybersecurity law summit in Washington

REFILE WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONU.S. Deputy Attorney General James Cole waves to the audience after delivering remarks on cyber security at the Cybersecurity law summit in Washington, May 23, 2013. Cole, who authorized prosecutors to obtain the telephone toll records of The Associated Press in a

U.S. Deputy Attorney General James Cole speaks on cyber security at the Cybersecurity law summit in Washington
U.S. Deputy Attorney General James Cole speaks on cyber security at the Cybersecurity law summit in Washington

REFILE: WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONU.S. Deputy Attorney General James Cole speaks on cyber security at the Cybersecurity law summit in Washington, May 23, 2013. Cole, who authorized prosecutors to obtain the telephone toll records of The Associated Press in a leak case, spoke publicly for the first