'Child porn' scareware hits Canada

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has issued a warning about scammers who claim that a user's PC is associated with child porn, and demand money to fix the problem.

FBI arrests Anonymous suspect over Utah attacks

The FBI has arrested an Ohio resident suspected of participating in two recent Anonymous attacks against law enforcement websites in Utah.

FBI licenses Epic Unreal engine

The FBI and other US government agencies have reportedly licensed the game engine behind a number of popular FPS titles including Batman: Arkham City, Mass Effect 3 and Infinity Blade.

FBI wants Google to unlock Android phones



A security researcher has positively identified an FBI affidavit for a search warrant ordering Google to crack open a screen-locked Android phone. 



FBI says it is concerned over cyber terror



A former senior intelligence official has warned that a full-scale cyber-attack against the United States by a terrorist organization is "a certitude."

Anonymous looks towards a post-Sabu future

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have responded to the takedown of AntiSec, while issuing a statement about Sabu's role as an FBI informant. 



FBI in LulzSec takedown

Law enforcement officials on two continents appear to have taken down LulzSec, a hacker group loosely affiliated with Anonymous. 



FBI issues cyber-threat warning

FBI Director Robert Mueller has warned that cyber-crime is fast becoming a major threat to the United States.

Anonymous pwns InfraGard yet again

Hackers linked to Anonymous and AntiSec have compromised InfraGard's servers yet again.

Anonymous says power grid is not a target

Cyber activists linked to Anonymous have rebuffed allegations that the collective could potentially threaten the power grid by staging a coordinated cyber attack.

FBI steps up social media tracking

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is actively seeking developers to code a platform capable of monitoring social networks for threats.

Wanna see the FBI's files on Steve Jobs?

The FBI has released its files on Apple boss Steve Jobs, revealing how questions were raised about his honesty and integrity.

FBI tracks "unsophisticated" Anonymous 



The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has confirmed the tracking of cyber activists associated with Anonymous in the context of what appears to be an open-ended investigation.

Anonymous pwns FBI internal comms

Hackers linked to Anonymous and AntiSec have managed to obtain a "sensitive" conference call between the FBI and the British Scotland Yard - which was held to discuss the collective on January 17th.

FBI wants to scrape Twitter worldwide

The FBI is considering continuously monitoring all social media sites on a global basis, and is looking for help.

FBI investigates US-China group hack

The FBI is reportedly investigating an alleged hack that extracted a number of internal e-mails from networks administered by the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.

FBI issues cyber heist warning

The FBI has warned that cyber criminals are launching DDoS attacks against banks and their customers to divert attention from high-stakes digital heists.



Feds deny water utility hack

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and FBI have rebuffed reports that hackers were responsible for damaging a pump at an Illinois water utility facility.

When Deep Throat was revealed

With the speed of today's media, and with so many scandals hitting the news all the time, it's quite easy to take All the President's Men for granted.  



Hacker gives 60 students new grades

Remember that famous scene in War Games when David Lightman (Matthew Broderick) used an IMSAI 60 computer to change his grades, along with Jennifer Mack (Ally Sheedy)?