Nearly 300 Pakistani websites were down over the weekend after a hack from a Turkish group called Eboz.
Grenades capable of producing an electromagnetic pulse have long been featured in genre games, movies and books.
Student Christopher Weatherhead was one of four British hackers to attack PayPal in support of Wikileaks, a court heard yesterday.
A hacker has been convicted of the AT&T security breach in 2010 in which 120,000 iPad owners' email addresses were leaked.
Facebook has rolled out HTTPS security across the site, meaning it may be a little slower - but a lot safer.
Following its assault on Gaza, Israel has become the target of millions of DDoS attempts, with claims that several hundred websites have been brought down.
Adobe has become the latest victim of hackers, suspending its Connectusers.com forum after login details were published online.
Skype has rolled out a fix for a critical security bug.
Anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee is wanted by police in Belize after the murder of his American neighbor.
There are various methods of making online financial transactions more secure for those who remain uncomfortable with using a standard credit or debit card.
Twitter acknowledges unintentionally resetting a significant number of account passwords after an unknown number of users were compromised.
Several NBC sites were hacked over the weekend, in the run-up to Guy Fawkes' Night.
A reasonable individual would probably assume US surveillance drones conducting recon missions over combat zones would be broadcasting an encrypted video feed.
The US Navy is testing at least one remote-controlled combat vessel.
The Pentagon hopes its X-51A will manage to hit hypersonic velocity by next spring or summer.
A vulnerability in the system for US domestic airline boarding cards could tell terrorists when it's safe to take unauthorized items on board.
It's probably no surprise that 'password' isn't the cleverest password to choose for, say, your online banking. But if you thought 'Jesus' would save you from being hacked, think again.
Non-lethal missile takes out electronics during successful test.
US Navy ships may be fitted with laser weapons within just a few years.
A web analytics company has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges that it used its web-tracking software to collect personal data.