How careful are you with your conference call details?
Can you be sure that no-one is listening in to your private business discussions?
An anti-virus firm blogs about LulzSec and Sabu, and finds its webpages defaced by a vengeful Anonymous.
Hector Xavier Monsegur may have portrayed the exploits of Anonymous and LulzSec as a glamorous fight against "the man", but the dark criminal realities of their exploits were exposed in his indictment. It appears he wasn't just in it for the lulz.
Infamous hacker Sabu is said to have betrayed his comrades in LulzSec and Anonymous, and have been working for the FBI for months.
Hector Xavier Monsegur has pleaded guilty to internet attacks, as others arrested on both sides of the Atlantic.
Police say that they have arrested four people, in connection with a series of Anonymous internet attacks against Spanish websites.
A hacker claims to have stolen information from 350,000 users of Brazzers, a hardcore production company based in North America, to highlight a security vulnerability.
The CIA's website was brought down for some hours last night by what appears to have been an internet distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Anonymous is proud of saying that an idea can't be arrested or killed, but it seems like the Boston Police Department has thought of one way of fighting back: sarcasm.
Symantec has confirmed that source code of an old version of pcAnywhere has been published on the net by hackers, as claims are made that the data thieves tried to extort $50,000 from the security firm.
A recording of a confidential conference call between the FBI and UK law enforcement officers at the Metropolitan Police has been released by Anonymous on the internet.
Police in the US use XBox 360 and PS3s as key parts of investigations. With police now cooperating more closely with companies like Microsoft, is it time to ask for greater transparency about their relationships?
In a bizarre marketing move, AnonyUpload explains why it's rubbish and that it's not a replacement for MegaUpload.
George Fried,an, CEO of Stratfor, came forth with a public statement explaining what happened in the attacks against his company last December. He admitted fault, took responsibility and accused Anonymous of censorship that doesn't come openly from governments, but rather from people hiding behind masks.
A professor at Utah Valley University analyzed the leaked password hashes stolen by Anonymous from security firm Stratfor and determined even their security minded customers choose weak passwords.
Anonymous is threatening companies like Sony and Nintendo over their support of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Will this accomplish their goals, or simply create more victims?
When the website of rock star Gene Simmons fell victim to a denial-of-service attack, the legendary KISS front man vowed revenge.
Now the FBI has arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with the attack.
Anonymous are threatening to attack the City of Toronto if they evict the occupy protesters from St. James Park. They have also hacked political websites in Mexico during this weekend's election posting videos accusing officials of corruption.
A new report suggests that Google's Code Search is being used by groups such as LulzSec and Anonymous to find passwords and other private data, gain access to secure networks and decide who their next victim should be.