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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.
Securiosity: Is Julian Assange really a hacker?
Greg & Jen debate what the charges against Julian Assange really mean, a new plan to get people into the infosec workforce and a whole new spin on the word “cyberspace."
An attempted password crack was enough for a U.S. indictment against Julian Assange
Assange is charged with violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act because he participated in the theft of documents, the Department of Justice says.
Tor's ex-director: 'The criminal use of Tor has become overwhelming'
"I think 95 percent of what we see on the onion sites and other dark nets is just criminal activity."
WikiLeaks is probably exaggerating what’s in its latest CIA leak
WikiLeaks’ latest disclosure of secret CIA hacking capabilities describes how the spy agency obfuscates certain digital espionage techniques. The transparency organization is overselling what's actually in the leaked computer code, experts say.
Some companies listed in CIA leak have yet to receive assistance from WikiLeaks
Microsoft has been contacted by WikiLeaks, while others — including Google — are waiting to hear from the group.