A Reuters journalist has been indicted by a US federal grand jury for allegedly handing over the login credentials of his former employer, Los Angeles Times parent company Tribune Co., to Anonymous hackers.
An internal Federal Reserve site was hacked on Sunday. The personal details on 4,000 US bankers were exposed.
To have one website fall foul of Asteroid-loving hackers may be regarded as a misfortune; but to have two looks like carelessness.
Anonymous is reported to have downed the website of the Massachussets Institute of Technology.
MIT's network is where internet activist Aaron Swartz was charged with leeching millions of academic articles back in 2011. Tragically, Swartz killed himsef last week.
Hidden on the net is online content which is not so easily accessed, known as the Deepnet (also sometimes called Darknet, the Deep Web or Hidden Web).
Julian Bhardwaj takes us on a tour, and asks should computer users be allowed to remain anonymous online?
Violators could get up to 10 years in prison if convicted of covering their faces during unlawful assembly. The bill's sponsor stresses that he's targeting violence and vandals, rather than criminalizing pandas, PETA's bloody seals or Frosty the Snowman.
What will this mean for those affiliated with Anonymous who wear the Guy Fawkes mask to protect their identities?
£100 is demanded as payment in order to gain access back to your files. You only have 24 hours to pay up.
And the people who are holding your data hostage claim to be part of Anonymous..
A techie named David Schuetz has done something so obvious, so simple, and so tellingly useful, that I'm going to go all out and call it a stroke of genius.
He found the source of the "Anonymous FBI leak", and forced us all to find a whole new raft of conspiracy theories to go along with it...
Today Go Daddy, the worlds largest domain name registrar, was unavailable for over four hours in the middle of the North American working day. Was it a malicious hacker or simple a colossal infrastructure failure?
Thieves are claiming to have hacked the US presidential nominee's tax returns out of PricewaterhouseCoopers, are demanding $1 million to keep them out of public circulation, and have allegedly sent supposed copies to Democratic party leaders.
But then again, it's an anonymous Pastebin claim, so it might be complete bunk.
Hackers claim to have stolen a database of 12,367,232 Apple device IDs, and personal information such as full names, cellphone numbers, addresses and zipcodes belonging to iPhone and iPad users.
And where do they claim they stole this information? From an FBI laptop... via a Java vulnerability.
Hector Monsegur, the notorious hacker known as "Sabu," once railed against the establishment. Now he owes his freedom to the good graces of federal authorities, who successfully lobbied for a six month extension on his sentencing.
The fallout over the controversial conviction of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot continued on Tuesday, with hackers compromising and defacing the webpage of Moscow's Khamovnichesky Court.