Friday, February 27, 2015   

Hacking incidents rise
(01-21 15:19)

Internet security experts say they have recorded 1,600 incidents in Hong Kong last year, a 52 percent increase over 2012.
The Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre says it also identified thousands of cases where hackers had compromised people's computers.
Senior Consultant at the Centre, Leung Siu-cheong, urged people to take internet security seriously.
   
Other Hong Kong breaking news:
13 bidders after Pak Shek Kok site (02-27 17:37)
Key officials to skip Democrat Party's dinner (02-27 17:11)
Home buyers borrow HK$30b for new flats in January (02-27 16:50)
Insured mortgage cut to 80pc (02-27 16:48)
Leung to join NPC sessions opening (02-27 16:39)
First time flat buyers face tighter mortgage limits, amid rising prices and alarming debt levels (02-27 16:35)
More students support independence: Undergrad (02-27 16:03)
Man falls to death near PolyU (02-27 15:31)
More hope for reform proposal: Tam (02-27 14:27)
Unions demand seven days' paternity leave (02-27 13:52)

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