Activist hackers appeared Thursday to have infiltrated North Korea’s official news website and its accompanying Twitter and Flickr feeds, posting unflattering images of leader Kim Jong-Un.
WORLD'S LARGEST BITCOIN EXCHANGE: We Are Suffering A Massive Attack On Our Servers
Hackers aligned with Anonymous claim to be carrying out numerous cyberattacks against North Korean websites, urging North Korean citizens to rise up against their "oppressive" government.
A number of official North Korean websites appear to be down following a DDOS attack, just hours after the country issed an ominous warning against South Korea.
“Reuters found at least three papers on cyber-warfare on a document-sharing website that were co-authored by university faculty members and PLA researchers, ” whereas in most developed nations, “university professors in recent decades have been reluc
At its peak, Cyberbunker clogged up a mind-boggling 300 gigabits per second of the Internet in what’s being called the biggest cyber-attack in history.
A squabble between a group fighting spam and a Dutch company that hosts Web sites said to be sending spam has escalated into one of the largest computer attacks on the Internet, causing widespread congestion and jamming crucial infrastructure around
Attending the elusive Bohemian Grove retreat should be a priority for former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, News Corp executive Andrew Knight allegedly writes in an email to US Gen. Colin Powell obtained by RT.
Internet speeds around the world have noticeably slowed down due to a massive "distributed denial of service" attack, reports the BBC.
A cyberattack that sabotaged Iran’s uranium enrichment program was an “act of force” and was likely illegal, according to research commissioned by NATO’s cyberwarfare center.
Excerpt from an article in this morning's NY Times: Luring Young Web Warriors Is a U.S. Priority. It’s Also a Game.
And why their reasoning is not all that surprising
Apple has restored its "iForgot" Apple ID password reset page after discovering a bug that let anyone change your passwords as long as they had your email address and birthday.
A coalition of Internet advocacy organizations and individuals are launching a week of action to combat the CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.
Internet sites targeted by MPs for first time 'in chilling threat to free speech'... but could bloggers also face huge damages in Press crackdown? ...
Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer, the hacker who called attention to AT&T's poor security by releasing hundreds of thousands of iPad owners' email addresses, will be sentenced in a New Jersey court on Monday for computer crimes.
A hack by two Serbian computer science students, though arguably harmless and fun, could have easily ended in severe punishment. Surprisingly, it didn't.
General Touts New 'Cyber Cadre's' Attack Capabilities
Hacktivist group Anonymous, along with numerous other hackers, is planning a massive cyber-attack on Israel, threatening to “erase” the country from Internet
5 of Piers Morgan's Ex - Colleagues At Daily Mirror Have Now Been Arrested In Phone Hacking Scandal
Cyber Command chief General Keith Alexander has unveiled some new information about the nation’s cyberwarfare policy, revealing in a Senate hearing the creation of 13 “cyberattack” teams, which he dubbed part of the “cyber cadre,” that are authorized
The hacker who this week defaced Colin Powell’s Facebook page also broke into his AOL e-mail account and rummaged through years of the former Secretary of State’s correspondence.
The Pentagon’s Cyber Command will create 13 offensive teams by the fall of 2015 to help defend the nation against major computer attacks from abroad, Gen. Keith Alexander testified to Congress on Tuesday, a rare acknowledgment of the military’s abili
Freezing an Android phone can help reveal its confidential contents, German security researchers have found.
A hacker has published what appears to be private information — including Social Security numbers — of celebrities and potentially of top government officials, Anthony McCartney of The Associated Press reports.
CHINESE hackers may get all the notoriety, but their cyber-security exploits against American targets are chickenfeed compared with the damage done by organised crime.
Every day we hear news reports in the mainstream media about social network hacking, malware, malicious account takeovers and protecting data.
Researchers report signs that moneymaking malware common on PCs is being adapted to mobile phones and tablets.
On this day in 1975, the first meeting of the Homebrew Computer Club was held in Menlo Park, CA.
Kristina Svechinskaya, dubbed the "world's sexiest computer hacker" after a daring internet heist in New York, has had her sentencing postponed until April, reports Russian Legal Information Agency.