DDoSecrets' mission is 'unchanged' in wake of 'BlueLeaks' Twitter ban
Twitter’s ban complicates the way that the group will distribute its material, and raise awareness about its mission.
'Distributed Denial of Secrets' publishes 'BlueLeaks,' a trove of law enforcement records
The source of the files reportedly is a Texas-based IT firm that provides web development services to police "fusion centers."
No, that wasn't a DDoS attack, just a cellular outage
No, the T-mobile outage was not, in fact, a DDoS attack.
Anonymous, aiming for relevance, spins old data as new hacks
The group is trying to use the nationwide protests to draw attention to data that was stolen years ago.
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.
Tech startups are making security moves sooner. They don't have much of a choice.
Smaller firms are incorporating cybersecurity into their culture sooner than ever, in part because potential partners are fearful of hackers getting into their networks.