Connect to share and comment
Hackers aligned with Anonymous claim to be carrying out numerous cyberattacks against North Korean websites, urging North Korean citizens to rise up against their "oppressive" government.
Wary of close ties between Chinese manufacturers and the government, Sprint Nextel and its owner Softbank will stop using devices made by Chinese companies.
A Wells Fargo spokeswoman alerted investors and deposit holders on Tuesday that the bank's online services were experiencing outages due to a cyber-attack.
As the planned revitalization of OpIsrael looms, hackers claim to have gained access to servers used by Israeli intelligence agency Mossad.
The Syrian Electronic Army is on the offensive, targeting rebels and activists in support of the Syrian government.
Washington lawmakers and legal scholars work to reform the CFAA, an oft-reviled computer crime law, as Andrew “weev” Auernheimer is sentenced.
Matthew Keys, charged under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, has earned the support of activists who call the law a draconian measure.
The EU could begin the move toward a continent-wide ban on pornography next week as part of gender equality legislation.
In the third round of what they're calling Operation Ababil, Muslim hackers belonging to the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters are attacking US bank websites and demanding that more copies of the "Innocence of Muslims" YouTube video be removed.
As the virtual currency breaks value records, a new online retailer hopes to push Amazon and Newegg to start accepting Bitcoins.
Two years ago, lawmakers declared war against online drug marketplace Silk Road. So far, the dealers are winning.
Next-gen technology like Google Glass and smart watches will function alongside human anatomy to augment reality in what could be the world's first major technological trend toward Transhumanism.
As the Apples and Samsungs of the tech world strive for cutting edge technology, Finland-based mobile maker Nokia has set its sights elsewhere.
A security firm claims to have caught China digitally red-handed hacking US-based corporations — which China denies. But the evidence of a relationship is mounting. How many state-sponsored hacker groups might be operating in China?
Encouraged by past success, activists are preparing for round two in the fight against CISPA but this time the White House may not be on their side.
A hacker gained access to a television emergency alert system in Montana, alerting residents to a zombie outbreak.
Yemen’s former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, was never properly investigated for killing of protesters, report finds.
One of the open internet's most reviled enemies, CISPA, will be reintroduced to the US House of Representatives later this year as part of renewed efforts to defend against cyber attack.
Following rumors that Microsoft's next generation Xbox console will not allow users to play cheaper used games, video game reseller GameStop suffered a fall in stock prices while the internet erupted in outrage and speculation.
Anonymous has released user and personal information belonging to 4,000 US community bank executives, in an escalation in their online battle against the US Department of Justice.