LulzSec's Kayla believed under arrest

Two men have been charged in the UK in connection with hacking attacks from Anonymous and LulzSec, and a further two have been arrested - one of whom may be one of LulzSec's most active members.

LulzSec hacker needs a... chaperone?

A British teenager accused of hacking the website of the Serious Organised Crime Agency cannot visit his 19-year-old girlfriend without a chaperone.

Anonymous finally gets it right in San Francisco

Activists linked to the Anonymous cyber collective finally managed to protest responsibly against controversial BART policies without causing major service disruptions or station closures.

BART police plan Anonymous crackdown

The police force tasked with securing BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) appears to be running out of patience with Anonymous protestors.

Anonymous eyes Wall Street after BART protests

Anonymous has apparently set its sights on Wall Street after leading multiple protests against BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) in San Francisco.

AntiSec leaks 1GB of defense data

Anonymous hackers associated with the AntiSec movement have leaked 1GB of private emails and documents belonging to Vanguard Defense Industries (VDI).



Anonymous says it pwned Vanguard Defense

Anonymous hackers associated with the AntiSec movement have reportedly pwned Vanguard Defense Industries (VDI) by extracting nearly 4,713 emails and thousands of documents.

BART closes four stations during Anonymous protest

The Anonymous hacking collective yesterday succeeded in closing four San Francisco BART stations.

Did Anonymous go too far by hacking BART?

Many people have mixed feelings about the hacker collective known as Anonymous. Their newest display of hacktivism against the BART system’s website only makes the group look, well, rather silly.

Anonymous knocks out BART website in protest at cell service shutdown

The Anonymous hacking collective has attacked San Francisco's BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) website, and is calling for people to join a physical protest today.

On Anonymous and police brutality

An alleged case of police brutality in Fullerton, California has inspired the hacker group Anonymous to issue threats to the city’s public officials. But is the hacktivism the only way to get justice?

Anonymous vows to take down Facebook

A Twitter message purporting to come from the Anonymous hacker collective says the group's planning to destroy Facebook on November 5th.

Scotland Yard tries to take on Anonymous

The British Metropolitan police - aka Scotland Yard - has issued a public warning to UK cyber activists linked to the Anonymous collective.

Anonymous codes a digital weapon

Anonymous is reportedly coding a JavaScript-powered weapon that exploits SQL vulnerabilities to create a "devastating impact" on targeted servers.

DHS issues Anonymous threat assessment

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued an unclassified threat assessment detailing the tactics and capabilities of Anonymous.

Anonymous kicks off "Free Topiary" campaign

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have kicked of a "Free Topiary" campaign to fund future operations and help 18-year-old Jake Davis who faces multiple hacking related charges in the UK.

LulzSec's Topiary released on bail

18-year-old Jake Davis - aka Topiary - has been released on bail after facing a number of hacking related charges, including violating Britain's Computer Misuse Act and conspiring with others to carry out DDoS attacks.

'Topiary' suspect named and charged

The British hacking suspect arrested last week has been named as 18-year-old Jake Davis, from the remote Shetland island of Yell.

AntiSec in massive law enforcement smackdown

Anonymous hackers associated with the AntiSec movement have downed at least 70 law enforcement websites.

AntiSec pwns ManTech over government links

Anonymous hackers associated with the growing AntiSec movement have targeted a cyber security company known as ManTech.