A British citizen accused of hacking a number of Hollywood websites has vowed to challenge any possible extradition to the United States.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is one step closer to being extradited to Sweden after the UK supreme court rejected an appeal to re-open the controversial case.
A US federal grand jury in Los Angeles has indicted an English citizen on multiple counts of computer-related crimes.
A US military judge has refused to drop half the counts leveled against Pfc. Bradley Manning.
Julian Assange is pulling out all the stops to prevent his pending extradition to Sweden where the WikiLeaks founder faces charges of sexual assault.
Security experts say that the Stuxnet and Flame viruses share sections of code, indicating that their creators collaborated.
The Flame virus discovered last week targeting computers in Iran has been ordered to self-destruct, leaving no trace - and no indication of who created it.
The US State Department has detailed a number of "extraordinary steps" taken to limit international fallout after thousands of classified documents were published on WikiLeaks.
A military judge has ordered the Obama administration to disclose a number of confidential documents related to WikiLeaks.
Hackers have hit the dating site eHarmony, along with LinkedIn - giving the business networking service its second major privacy blow in 24 hours.
The Pentagon has been spending big money for many years now developing stealth technology for the aviation industry.
LinkedIn's been forced to change its iOS app, following reports that they've been collecting data from users' calendars and sending it back to its servers.
Google reckons it can tell when an online attack originates from a government, and is to start alerting Gmail users when it happens.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently hosted a televised panel to discuss whether advances in Internet technology promote freedom or are simply being exploited to further government control over its citizens.
A new study into computer passwords finds results that might be surprising but might also be totally expected.
The Pentagon is currently refusing to release 250,000 pages of documents assessing the damage and fallout related to the transfer of classified documents to WikiLeaks by Pfc. Bradley Manning.
A group calling itself SwaggSec is claiming to have hacked the networks of Warner Bros and China Telecom, and has released documents and logins online.
The Obama administration reportedly ordered "increasingly sophisticated" cyber attacks against Iranian networks linked to nuclear enrichment facilities.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was recently granted 14 days by a British court to challenge his pending extradition to Sweden where he faces charges of sexual assault.
The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) has filed a petition asking the Army Court of Criminal Appeals to release various documents related to the upcoming US military trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning.