Anonymous offshoots rush to avenge Assange arrest with cyberattacks
Anonymous has relied on DDoS attacks for a generation to harass the public and private sector organizations the group has determined violated its sensisibilies.
Facebook security notice announces millions of Instagram users had their passwords stored in plaintext
The update increases the amount of people impacted by a March security notice.
Millions of records about Middle Eastern drivers left in an insecure database
The database contains many instances where the same person is referenced by multiple records.
Researchers suggest Gorgon Group behind hacking spree that abused Bit.ly and Blogspot functionalities
The campaign may have originated with hackers in Pakistan.
Fortinet settles charges of selling intentionally mislabeled Chinese-made tech to U.S. military
Fortinet acknowledged that an employee altered labels on products to make them appear compliant a law prohibiting federal agencies from acquiring products in specific countries.
Alleged Methbot scammer Zhukov asks judge for new attorney in ad fraud case
In a letter, Alexander Zhukov said he felt "helpless and alone" against the U.S. government's case.