WikiLeaks founder Assange wins asylum bid



The Ecuadorian government has agreed to grant asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange who is currently residing at the country's embassy in London.

Kaspersky wants your help cracking malware payload

Kaspersky Lab is asking for help cracking an encrypted 'warhead' in the Gauss malware which it identified last week.

These military drones are kamikazes

The Pentagon is steadily increasing the use of various drones across several branches of the military.

Facebook lied about Verified Apps, says FTC

The FTC says it believes Facebook misled developers and the public over security by failing to adequately review and verify applications.

WikiLeaks returns after sustained DDoS attack

The whistle-blowing WikiLeaks website is back online after coming under heavy and sustained DDoS attack for over a week.



Orwellian Trapwire may be tracking you

Trapwire - designed by former CIA agents - can best be described as an advanced CCTV surveillance system.

Blizzard confirms massive Battle.net hack

Blizzard president Mike Morhaime has confirmed that an unnamed team of hackers managed to breach Battle.net's digital perimeter.

Gauss is new virus on the digital block



Security researchers say they have positively identified a new computer virus plaguing networks in the Middle East.

Wikipedia back online after cables cut



Wikipedia is back up for the masses after suffering a major service outage earlier this morning.

Wozniak sees "horrible problems" with the cloud



Apple co-founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak isn't exactly bullish about the overhyped cloud. 



Reuters hacked by pro-Assad activists

Reuters has been hacked, twice, by Syrian pro-government activists.

F-22 Raptor pilots told to stop wearing faulty pressure vests

US Air Force (USAF) pilots flying the F-22 Raptor have been known to experience symptoms of hypoxia while operating the aircraft.

US Navy eyes GPS-guided railgun projectiles

The Pentagon is perpetually working on advanced weapons platforms that appear to be more science fiction than fact. However, the Navy's electromagnetic railgun is a fully-functioning reality.

Ecuador looks to protect WikiLeaks founder

A high-ranking Ecuadorian official has confirmed that his country intends to protect Julian Assange's life and his right to freedom.



Anonymous vows action after logo trademarked

Hacktivists linked to Anonymous have issued a call to action under the auspices of "Operation AnonTrademark" after a French company trademarked a logo commonly associated with the collective.



Claim: WikiLeaks founder could face death penalty

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is currently holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.



WikiLeaks suspect in torture claim

WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning is asking several military psychiatrists to testify at an upcoming pretrial hearing that he was held in custodial conditions so harsh they amounted to torture. 



Ecuador: US WikiLeaks extradition would be "evil"



The Ecuadorian government is reportedly attempting to prevent the "evil" extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States. 


No: it isn't you, it's Twitter malware

A malware attack is currently spreading across Twitter, claiming to link to an online photo of the recipient.

Mac malware hijacks video and audio data

Morcut malware - aka Crisis - was apparently specifically coded to spy on infected Mac OS X users by hijacking video and audio data.