Anonymous took over the Syrian Ministry of Defense's website on 8/7/2011 and displayed this message to the people of Syria.
Following Facebook's decision to implement biometric facial recognition software, Google has acquired a company to boost its facial recognition capabilities; the search giant recently purchasd Pittsburgh Pattern Recognition (PittPatt)...
Security company McAfee, which uncovered the intrusions, said it believed there was one "state actor" behind the attacks but declined to name it, though one security expert who has been briefed on the hacking said the evidence points...
The National Security Agency has a challenge for hackers who think they’re hot stuff: Prove it by working on the “hardest problems on Earth.” Computer hacker skills are in great demand in the U.S. government to fight the cyberwars that pose a grow
The House Judiciary Committee approved legislation on Thursday that would require Internet service providers (ISPs) to collect and retain records about Internet users' activity. CNET reported the bill would require ISPs to retain customers' names,
The man who headed the NSA and CIA under President George W. Bush suggested Friday that mercenaries were needed to deal with growing cyber threats. Gen. Michael Hayden told the Aspen Security Forum that in the near future, the Department of Defens
Hacker and activist Aaron Swartz faces federal hacking prosecution for allegedly downloading millions of academic documents via MIT’s guest network, using a laptop hidden in a networking closet.
The bureau is working from list, provided by PayPal, of the 1,000 internet IP addresses responsible for the most protest traffic during Anonymous’ DDoS attacks against PayPal last December.
Here are a list of steps that will allow you to have a reasonably anonymous pseudonym, allowing you to fully exercise your right to free speech, and proof against anything short of investigation by a Three-Letter Agency... and, as long as you avoid d
Infamous hacker group Anonymous launched Monday its own social network after being rejected by Google's freshly-launched online community. "Today we welcome you to begin anew," the hacker alliance said at the website anonplus.com, which it describ
Yep, it’s a QR code stencil generator! We present QR_STENCILER, a free, fully-automated utility which converts QR codes into vector-based stencil patterns suitable for laser-cutting.
In the most visible law enforcement response to a recent spate of online attacks, the FBI announced the arrests of 16 people across the country in connection with strikes carried out by a loose, secretive federation of hackers called Anonymous.
A book that delves into the cover-up a film documenting the horrors suffered by victims of the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki has been deemed too violent for Google's advertising program.
The infamous hacker group LulzSec made a comeback on Monday by hacking the website of the British tabloid The Sun, owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, and redirecting the frontpage to a fake story about Murdoch being found dead.
...but we're still in damn good company!
The Defense Department unveiled a new strategy for protecting military computer networks from hackers on Thursday, designating cyberspace as an "operational domain" U.S. forces will be trained to defend.
Data retention measure would force ISPs to store user information and hand it over to authorities
The Pentagon is set to unveil a strategy for protecting its computer systems that goes beyond erecting firewalls and stresses the use of sensors, software and data collected by US intelligence. In an effort to counter perceptions the US is militarizi
Netflix is enduring a world of hate for its price hike, which ups the cost for a combined DVD-rental and streaming plan by 60 percent.
The end of the internet comes not with a bang or a procession of four lolcats of the apocalypse, but just with two blinking lights on a modem.
U.S. law-enforcement agencies are increasingly obtaining warrants to search Facebook, often gaining detailed access to users' accounts without their knowledge. Since 2008, federal judges have authorized at least 24 warrants to search individuals'
Law enforcement representatives are planning to endorse a proposed federal law that would require Internet service providers to store logs about their customers for 18 months. The National Sheriffs' Association "strongly supports" mandatory data rete
Google’s latest social networking venture, Google+, has proven wildly popular. One estimate by Ancestry.com founder Paul Allen pegs the service at 9.5 million users as of Tuesday morning.
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge not to return the domain names of one of Spain’s most popular websites, seized as part of a major U.S. crackdown on internet piracy.
A Minnesota hacker prosecutors described as a “depraved criminal” was handed an 18-year prison term Tuesday for unleashing a vendetta of cyberterror that turned his neighbors’ lives into a living nightmare.
The hackers’ collective Anonymous may have obtained “literally explosive” information concerning Bohemian Grove, an annual gathering of power brokers from the US and Europe set to meet this week in California...
The biggest United States ISPs have agreed to allow the entertainment industry to demand that they filter, disrupt, and potentially block users suspected of infringing on intellectual property.
According to the official numbers, the store has gone from zero to 425,000 apps in just three years. About 100,000 of those are iPad-native.
Governments of the World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us and have no sovereignty where we gather.