Aramco, Saudi Arabia's national oil company, said on Sunday that the company was back in operation ten days after a massive virus outbreak hobbled 30,000 workstations at the company.
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.
Internet security and privacy are enjoying a spirited public airing in Australia today.
The wires are abuzz with claims that hackers stole 40GB of data from an ISP in protest against proposed new data retention laws.
Two teenagers have been arrested following a series of prank calls and DoS (denial-of-service) attacks launched against the Anti-Terrorist Hotline.
If your movement has no defined leadership, no structure, no way for people to officially become members.. how can it define what's done in the name of the movement and what isn't?
Anonymity can have its drawbacks.
A database belonging to the BART Police Officers Association appears to have been hacked, and the names, postal and email addresses of officers posted online.
Anonymous have continued their attacks today targeting the website myBART.org part of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit system. They claim it is in retaliation for a police shooting earlier this summer and the recent mobile phone blackout implemented to prevent organized protests.
I keep getting asked what my attitude is to hacktivism, hacking and hackers.
I usually answer by saying, "What do you mean by hacktivism?" And the answer is frequently, and impassably, circular. "Y'know - all that hacking that hacktivists are doing these days."