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GoDaddy rejects claims that hacker took them offline has officially commented on the outage that affected millions of customers of the largest Internet domain registrar this week, denying accusations that a hacker was responsible for the debacle.

11.09.2012 16:55

Millions of GoDaddy sites taken offline by hackers, the largest domain name registrar on the Web, has been taken offline, and a self-proclaimed member of the Anonymous hacktivism collective is taking responsibility.

10.09.2012 18:55

Apple ID hack scandal: New questions about FBI involvement
A small digital-publishing firm says that the millions of Apple user IDs hackers published online last week were lifted from the company’s computers, calling into question an earlier claim that the trove was taken from an FBI agent’s laptop.

10.09.2012 18:07

Stratforgate: 'NYPD’s felonious activities worse than Hoover’s'
Leaked Stratfor files point to alleged transgressions on the part of the New York City Police Department’s Intelligence Division. An unnamed FBI source allegedly described them as “damn right [sic] felonious activity.”

05.09.2012 14:17

Feds trumpet alleged LulzSec hacker’s arrest
Federal authorities have arrested an accused member of the LulzSec hacking group, 20-year-old Raynaldo Rivera of Tempe, Arizona, after indicting him on charges related to a 2011 computer attack waged against Sony.

29.08.2012 20:15

'Operation Free Assange' – Anonymous takes down Interpol website
Hacktivist group Anonymous claimed they took down the websites of Interpol and a British police unit as part of a campaign demanding freedom for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

26.08.2012 21:23

Scared of Anonymous: Tampa police prepare for mass arrests during Republican convention
Are computer hackers, political activists and an underground army of anarchists preparing to overthrow next week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa? Police in Florida seem to think so, and are taking every precaution to prepare for violence.

23.08.2012 20:34

Anonymous releases how-to instructions on fooling facial recognition (VIDEO)
Here’s a predicament: you don’t want the government using high-tech face scanning technology to track every inch of your walk to the post office, but you also don’t want to take a sledgehammer to your neighborhood surveillance camera. What do you do?

21.08.2012 17:35

'Operation Free Assange': Anonymous take down UK government websites
Several British governmental websites, including the Ministry of Justice, have been attacked by hacktivists in retaliation for Britain’s handling of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

20.08.2012 19:20

TrapWire tied to White House, Scotland Yard, MI5 and others, claims hacked Stratfor email
An email hacked from Stratfor that discusses the use of the TrapWire surveillance system has been decrypted, revealing insider claims that the widespread spy program was adopted by the White House, Scotland Yard, Canadian authorities and others.

15.08.2012 20:32

Mars Curiosity under hacker attack?
Either hackers are considering making Mars their own or else the FBI is engaged in perhaps their most far-fetched entrapment operation yet. A request has reportedly been made over the Web for help in hacking NASA’s Curiosity rover.

14.08.2012 19:12

Mainstream media whitewashes the facts behind TrapWire scandal
The discovery of a surveillance system named TrapWire has connected state and federal law enforcement agencies with a vast intelligence infrastructure, raising questions everywhere — except in the mainstream media.

14.08.2012 18:07