Cyber activists linked to Anonymous have conceded that international law enforcement officials managed to infiltrate the collective in an operation which culminated with the arrest of 25 individuals.
Iran’s Tor-M1 aerial defense codes were apparently compromised in the context of a secret deal between Russia and Israel.
Federal prosectors in the United States have reportedly formulated secret charges that could eventually be pressed against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Anonymous and the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement are teaming up for an election year campaign to "hold politicians accountable to the people."
Google's offering $1 million in bounty payments to hackers managing to come up with a fully-functional exploit of Chrome.
Security outfit Imperva has published a report that purportedly reveals
a number of strategic details behind an Anonymous attack against the Vatican during a 25-day period in 2011.
Wikileaks has today started publishing more than five million emails from intelligence company Stratfor, which was hacked late last year by Anonymous.
Pfc. Bradley Manning has been formally charged with aiding the enemy as he stands accused of leaking thousands of classified documents that ultimately ended up on WikiLeaks.
Hackers linked to Anonymous and AntiSec have compromised InfraGard's servers yet again.
The White House has unveiled a new framework for online privacy, tightening up the protection of personal data.
YouPorn appears to have been compromised after hackers publicly posted the passwords, emails, and dates of birth of over a million users.
Cyber activists linked to Anonymous have rebuffed allegations that the collective could potentially threaten the power grid by staging a coordinated cyber attack.
A disgruntled agency worker has revealed Facebook's rules for blocking offensive content - and while 'crushed heads' are fine, female nipples aren't.
GPS jammers are threatening shipping, a conference in the UK has been warned.
The director of the National Security Agency (NSA) has expressed concern that hackers aligned with Anonymous could cause a "limited power outage" via a coordinated cyber attack.
Following last week's revelation that Google was bypassing privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser, Microsoft's accused it of doing the same thing with Internet Explorer.
Hackers linked to Anonymous and AntiSec jacked two websites belonging to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Friday morning.
Google's been accused of 'tricking' Safari to bypass security settings and track iPhone and iPad users' locations through cookies.
Security researchers have discovered it's possible to track a cellphone's location by listening to unencrypted broadcast messages from cell phone towers.
Apple's promising to close the loophole that allows apps to harvest the content of users' address books without specific permission.