UK police were able to foil attempts at disrupting the international web presence of the royal wedding. The site remained online despite record interest in the ceremony.
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.
Anonymous launched DDoS attacks against El Salvador's government, forcing several websites to be temporarily taken offline.
New variants of the latest Mac malware - the Tsunami backdoor Trojan - have been discovered.
The sky is not falling, and Mac users should not panic. But it may still be prudent to ensure your computers are protected against this and other Mac threats.
The Tsunami Mac backdoor allows cybercriminals to gain access to your Mac computer and launch denial-of-service attacks against third-party websites.
The London 2012 Olympic Games will open in nine months time, and - away from the glories anticipated on the track and field - consideration is being made about how to defend the world's leading sporting event from cyber-attack.
The FBI believe that the homeless man they arrested on Thursday was "Commander X", a member of the People's Liberation Front (PLF) associated with Anonymous hacktivism.
See "Commander X" defending denial-of-service attacks in a TV news report.
Four men have appeared in court regarding various Anonymous and LulzSec internet attacks, and were granted bail on the condition that they did not use specific online nicknames or Internet Relay Chat.
A teenage boy from Chester has been charged by British police in connection with a series of internet attacks by the Anonymous hacktivist group.
Meanwhile, another hacking suspect is denied access.. to his girlfriend.
A 22-year-old student has been charged by British police in connection with denial-of-service attacks carried out by the Anonymous hacktivist group.
Which begs the question - Is being an internet hacktivist really worth the risk?
A fundraising drive by US presidential hopeful Ron Paul was disrupted this weekend by an internet attack against his website.
Less than two weeks ago, web services at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange were hit by DDoS attacks for two days in a row.
A man was recently arrested in Hong Kong in connection with these attacks.
For the second day straight the HKEx news web site has been DDoSed, resulting in problems for the stock exchange. The chief executive today announced plans to avoid further disruptions to the market.
Jake Davis, the man suspected of being the Anonymous spokesman "Topiary", has appeared in a London court.
Jake Davis, 18, from Shetland has been named as the suspected hacker Topiary by British police.
He will appear in court tomorrow.
Watch videos of Anonymous spokesman Topiary and Daniel Akerman Sandberg and decide for yourself if they're the same person.
Theories spread across the net that LulzSec may be having the last laugh over the arrest of the alleged hacker "Topiary" yesterday.
So, did the police arrest the right man or not?
An 18-year old man, believed to be "Topiary" of the LulzSec hacktivist gang, has been arrested by British police in the Shetland Islands, under suspicion of launching hacking attacks against a number of websites.
Computer crime authorities will be hoping that they have struck a significant blow against the Anonymous and LulzSec hacking groups, following a series of raids and arrests on both sides of the Atlantic.