Britain's Home Office interior ministry said Saturday it was investigating reports that hacking group Anonymous had attacked its website over the government's plans to boost Internet surveillance.
Computer giant Apple released a patch this week for its OS X 2012 and 10.6 operating systems about the same time a Russian security company claimed that up to 600,000 Mac computers are being controlled by a piece of malware
Bleichroth said the odds of getting 10 identical sets of numbers are higher than winning the lottery itself. Either that or something is wrong, she said, so she contacted 3 On Your Side.
Cyber-environmentalists said Friday 80 countries have joined the World Cleanup 2012 campaign which will see volunteers across the globe use the Internet to target illegal trash dumps for cleanup.
At the large public housing project in New York City where he lived, outsiders knew him as a quiet family man. But federal prosecutors say Hector Xavier Monsegur was an Internet saboteur known as Sabu.
Hacktivist group Anonymous has launched an online assault on anti-virus company Panda Security after Tuesday’s arrest of members of the hackers’ LulzSec collective. The group also raided the Vatican website in protest against the Catholic Church.
Federal prosecutors brought charges against a group of men allegedly behind "LulzSec"
Hackers seized control of networks at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory last November, gaining the ability to install malware, delete or steal sensitive data, and hijack the accounts of users in order to gain their privileged access
Interpol's website appears to have been the victim of a cyber-attack after the international police agency announced the arrests of 25 suspected members of the hacking activist group Anonymous in Europe and South America.
If Android users click the wrong link, an attacker could intercept phone calls and track their location.
The U.S. government says it must govern Internet technology more closely to protect against cyberattacks.
It may be hard out there for a pimp, but it just got a little bit more lucrative for a hacker.
Police in four nations arrested 25 alleged participants in the Anonymous collective Tuesday for attacks against websites in Columbia and Chile dating from the middle of 2011.
In an unprecedented collaboration between Anonymous and WikiLeaks, the secret spilling site began leaking Sunday night portions of a massive trove of e-mails from the private intelligence firm Stratfor that Anonymous obtained by hacking the company
A numerical analysis of accumulating vote totals for all candidates in the SC GOP Primary shows almost certain evidence of vote fraud. See the report, link to the data, and check it yourself.Entered By: Jefferson Paine
Rising security incidents and poorly defended phones suggest 2012 could be a risky year for smart-phone users.
Anonymous hackers infiltrated the website of the racist American Third Position Party (A3P) and an affiliated message board, WhiteNewsNow. The data dump which followed suggests Paul’s campaign team and A3P share more members than he’d like to admit.
On Tuesday, Anonymous hacked and defaced the website of a white supremacist network American Third Position (A3P), documents show that “Ron Paul has regularly met with many A3P members, even participating in conference calls with their board."
After Wednesday’s unprecedented unified online yelp against SOPA and PIPA, Thursday saw a new milestone: the first direct and public activist malware from Anonymous.
In protest of a pending anti-piracy measure currently before the U.S. Congress, the hacker group “Anonymous” has posted personal information about two of the most powerful men in media
Anonymous has come a long way in a few short years, graduating from filling the web with Pedobears and Rickrolls to fighting oppressive regimes and trying to get revenge on the companies that cut off WikiLeaks.
Forget science fiction — this sounds like pure fantasy — but hackers at Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin are dreaming of creating their own network of communications satellites and ground stations forestall any attempt to control the internet
“Anonymous” claimed responsibility for stealing confidential data from the website of a military gear merchant whose customers are thought to be mostly former soldiers and members of law enforcement.
Online “hacktivist” group Anonymous claimed Sunday it had stolen a trove of emails and credit card information from US-based security firm Stratfor’s clients, and vowed additional attacks.
The objective: create a system for reconstructing shredded papers, then demonstrate it by piecing together five documents, the shredded remains of which were posted on the contest’s website.
There is a nasty virus quickly spreading across the social network that floods accounts with gruesome images of beastiality, hardcore pornography, self-mutilation and a variety of other very-NSFW pictures,
Wikileaks' statement went on to state that Mr Domscheit-Berg had also deleted 5 gigabytes of data relating to Bank of America, the internal communications of 20 neo-Nazi organisations and US intercept information for "over a hundred internet companie
A Twitter message purporting to come from the Anonymous hacker collective says the group's planning to destroy Facebook on November 5th.
CNET's Declan McCullagh & Eleanor Mills discuss breaking news filtering out from annual federal-private hacker conferences Defcon & Black Hat.
Department of Defense Deputy Secretary William Lynn said that 24,000 files were taken in March from military contractor systems. That data leakage is increasingly common in the military complex. The good news? The DoD has a plan to fix its defenses.