LulzSec hackers plead guilty

Two British hackers linked to LulzSecurity pleaded guilty to a number of computer crimes in London's Southwark Crown Court today.

LulzSec hacker pleads guilty to anti-Sony ops

Accused LulzSec hacker Cody Kretsinger - aka "Recursion" - has entered a guilty plea in a California federal court.

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.

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.

Confusion reigns over LulzSec arrest

Earlier this week, British police triumphantly announced the arrest of "Topiary," a hacker linked to both Anonymous and LulzSecurity.

British police arrest LulzSec’s Topiary

British police have arrested a 19-year-old man linked to both Anonymous and LulzSec.