Pentagon wants cyber security collaboration with China

US Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta believes Washington and Beijing must work together to avoid "misconceptions" in the volatile cyber arena.

FBI eyes back doors for cyber surveillance

The FBI has reportedly asked a number of Internet companies for their tacit support of a controversial proposal that would require firms like Facebook to code back doors for government surveillance.

US Army wants to prevent another WikiLeaks

The US Army is stepping up its efforts to prevent the unauthorized transfer and dissemination of classified data.

Apple's latest Lion update exposes user passwords

Oops: with the latest security update to Lion, Mac OS X 10.7.3, Apple has mistakenly turned on a debug option that leaves users' passwords accessible.

Bradley Manning, the video?!

Pfc. Bradley Manning is facing charges of aiding the enemy after thousands of classified documents downloaded by the former army intelligence analyst  ended up on WikiLeaks.

Anonymous calls for May Day protests over CISPA

Cyber activists linked to Anonymous have called for escalating protests over the controversial CISPA cyber-security bill recently passed by the US Congress.

Did WikiLeaks suspect aid the enemy?

Pfc. Bradley Manning is facing charges of aiding the enemy after thousands of classified documents downloaded by the former army intelligence analyst  ended up on WikiLeaks.

Facebook offers free anti-virus

Facebook's struck a deal with five major security vendors allowing it to offer their anti-virus products for free.

Judge won't dismiss charges in WikiLeaks trial



A US military judge has refused to dismiss charges against Pfc. Bradley Manning.



Anonymous "spokesperson" raided by FBI

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently raided the apartment of Barrett Brown, an unofficial, self-appointed Anonymous spokesperson.

Nissan hit with major cyber attack

Nissan has confirmed that it recently suffered a major cyber attack. As of now, the car manufacturer isn't certain who executed the operation or what information may have been extracted.

All your tweets are belong to us

A New York judge has ruled that prosecutors aren't required to obtain a subpoena for deleted tweets, as they are considered public information owned by a third party. 



Anonymous rolls out AnonTunes for the masses

Cyber activists linked to the Anonymous collective have rolled out a new social music platform aptly dubbed "AnonTunes."

A fifth of Macs 'contain malware'

One in five Macs is harboring malware, says security firm Sophos - and not just the native kind but the Windows variety too.

Anonymous hacktivists have security industry scared

Well, they will be pleased. Hacktivists such as the Anonymous collective are now the biggest fear keeping security professionals awake at night.

WikiLeaks suspect wants charges dismissed

Pfc. Bradley Manning - who was recently charged with aiding the enemy  - stands accused of leaking thousands of classified documents that ultimately ended up on WikiLeaks.

Iranian oil sector under cyber attack

An enigmatic virus has reportedly infected various computer networks administering key aspects of Iran's lucrative oil sector. 



DNSChanger victims could lose internet in July

Hundreds of thousands of computer users around the world are in danger of losing their internet connection this summer, thanks to a global malware infection.

Anonymous reshuffles its collective deck

Anonymous suffered a severe blow this year when its top ranks were infiltrated by law enforcement officials.


WikiLeaks looks to bypass US funding ban

American supporters of WikiLeaks are planning to establish a foundation that could break a long-standing "banking blockade" effectively banning donations to the the whistle-blowing organization.