The cyberscare, like the redscare or the greenscare of the ’90′s, is already under way. We’ve seen it take root with the fierce federal persecution of Aaron Swartz, the hefty charges and prison sentence facing LulzSec hacktivist Jeremy Hammond and the three-year jail sentence handed down to Andrew ...
Three members of the hacktivist group LulzSec have been sentenced to 24-30 months in a UK jail.
One of the leaders of the international hacking ring Lulzsec was caught when he broke into a website belonging to a local authority in northwestern New South Wales, Australia.
A LulzSec hacker who admitted taking part in a computer breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment was sentenced to a year in prison, followed by home detention.
The FBI has arrested a second LulzSec suspect for the attack on Sony Pictures last year.
Two British hackers linked to LulzSecurity pleaded guilty to a number of computer crimes in London's Southwark Crown Court today.
A British citizen accused of hacking a number of Hollywood websites has vowed to challenge any possible extradition to the United States.
A US federal grand jury in Los Angeles has indicted an English citizen on multiple counts of computer-related crimes.
Accused LulzSec hacker Cody Kretsinger - aka "Recursion" - has entered a guilty plea in a California federal court.
Hackers associated with the newly resurrected LulzSec claim to have breached the digital perimeter protecting MilitarySingles.com, a dating website targeted at military personnel.
A new YouTube video purportedly recorded by hackers associated with LulzSec claims the group will resume operations on April 1.
Hector Xavier Monsegur, the LulzSec chief hacker turned FBI informant, allegedly participated in a number of online attacks since 1999.
Law enforcement officials on two continents appear to have taken down LulzSec, a hacker group loosely affiliated with Anonymous.
LulzSec has apparently executed a hack and extract operation against military merchant SpecialForces.com.
A US-based security think tank that recently fell victim to a hack and extract attack is warning subscribers they may be targeted by cyber criminals for voicing their support on Facebook.
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have denied executing a hack and extract operation against Stratfor, a US-based security think tank.
A US government report has accused entities in Russia and China of engaging in cyber espionage to obtain sensitive economic data and technology.
You might think that a company called Hidemyass would do just that - but no.
The FBI has arrested three men on suspicion of having carried out hacking attacks against Sony Pictures and Santa Cruz County websites.
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.