A 35-year-old Dutch national, officially identified only as S.K., was arrested in Spain on Thursday.
He is accused of DDoS attacks against Spamhaus and others.
Who is S.K., do you think?
The Kim Dotcom saga took yet another turn today when the New Zealand Court of Appeal knocked back one of the big fella's earlier minivictories again US law enforcers.
Paul Ducklin takes you through the timeline of the story so far, and tries to guess what happens next...
The Spanish police have arrested 11 individuals suspected of being members of the infamous Reveton ransomware gang.
An alleged hacker, suspected by the FBI of stealing millions of dollars from online bank accounts, has been arrested by Thai police and paraded in front of the world's media.
Controversial Wikileaks pinup Julian Assange has been arrested after slipping out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London to seek medical treatment at a nearby clinic.
Or has he?
Romanian hackers busted with half a MILLION credit cards from Australia - how could THAT have happened?
A Romanian carding crew allegedly made off with half a million Aussie credit card numbers, racking up charges averaging more than $1000 each on 30,000 of them.
Half a MILLION cards from Australia. And the crooks didn't even need to leave Romania. How could THAT have happened?
A uniformed police officer at a recent Assange-oriented press briefing fell under the lens of a Press Association snapper.
The officer was carrying a clipboard...can you guess what happened next?
Geolocation and related technologies that keep track of you and your devices have loomed large and Big Brotherishly in recent Naked Security coverage.
Is there a good side to geolocation and on-line tracking? Seems there is...
The Dutch High Tech Crime Team has arrested a 17-year-old man for accessing customer account data on servers run by KPN, one of the largest ISPs in The Netherlands.
A hacker in Romania has been arrested and accused of breaking into NASA and causing $500,000 in damages.
For the last two weeks, Australia has been fascinated with a peculiar crime committed in one of Sydney's most prestigious suburbs.
If you've heard the name of the victim, Madeleine Pulver, you've probably heard the story behind the crime.
Japanese newspaper The Daily Yomiuri reports that a 38-year-old Japanese man has been arrested "on suspicion of storing a computer virus on his personal computer without legitimate reasons."
It seems he wanted to teach file-sharers a lesson.
"It seems so easy to be a cybercrook - why don't the police do something about it?"
Despite the technical and legal complexities of taking on international cybercrime, the cops sometimes do get their man - or men.
The arrest of a 19-year-old man suspected of being connected with the LulzSec internet attacks against various organisations has certainly made the headlines. Graham Cluley takes a closer look at the front pages of the UK press.
Nigerian national Peter Maxson Anyanyueze was sentenced to 20 years in prison by the National Prosecuting Authority in South Africa. Anyanyueze was sentenced for fraud, money laundering, and contravening the Immigration act.
A dawn raid by UK computer crime cops investigating WikiLeaks-related DDoS attacks results in the arrest of five people, aged 15-26.
It's turning out to be a bad day for running a botnet. The suspected Bredolab botmaster has been arrested at an airport in Yerevan, Armenia.