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Spamhaus Suffers Possible Revenge DoS Attack

Spamhaus Suffers Possible Revenge DoS Attack

Anti-spam nonprofit Spamhaus has recovered from a denial of service attack over the weekend, but the cyber whodunit was not linked to WikiLeaks supporters as initially believed, according to The… Read more »

Richard Stiennon: Cyber War Has Already Happened

Richard Stiennon: Cyber War Has Already Happened

Don’t call Richard Stiennon a cyberwar alarmist. While his new book, Surviving Cyberwar, is the latest in a series of recent books about the global online threat, he told The… Read more »

UK Preps for Possible Cyber Attacks as Assange Eyes Prison Gate

UK Preps for Possible Cyber Attacks as Assange Eyes Prison Gate

In the wake of large-scale online attacks on U.S. companies, such as MasterCard and Visa, which pulled support from whistle-blower site WikiLeaks, the British government is hunkering down over fears… Read more »

WikiLeaks Dissidents to Launch New Secret-spilling Site OpenLeaks

WikiLeaks Dissidents to Launch New Secret-spilling Site OpenLeaks

Former WikiLeaks supporters who now have distanced themselves from founder Julian Assange will shortly launch OpenLeaks, an organization that will act as a messenger to provide media with secret documents…. Read more »

Operation Payback Strikes against Sarah Palin

Operation Payback Strikes against Sarah Palin

You do not get away with comparing WikiLeaks Julian Assange to the Taliban without ramifications–just ask Sarah Palin, whose political action committee website was cyber attacked this week after she… Read more »

Experts Dismiss News of Stuxnet Source Code Sold on Black Market

Experts Dismiss News of Stuxnet Source Code Sold on Black Market

A British news organization’s recent claims about the source code to the Stuxnet worm being sold on the black market are being dismissed by security experts. In a news story… Read more »

Kiss Frontman Gene Simmons Targeted by Hackers

Kiss Frontman Gene Simmons Targeted by Hackers

Two of Gene Simmons’ official sites were shut down after members of Anonymous responded to his comments about how the  music industry should have been tougher with illegal downloaders and… Read more »

'Operation Payback' Results in 550 Hours' Downtime, 742 Interruptions

'Operation Payback' Results in 550 Hours' Downtime, 742 Interruptions

The shadowy hacker coalition Anonymous’ most recent DDoS attacks against 11 organizations across the world have caused more than 550 hours of downtime and 742 service interruptions since the web… Read more »

Cyber Crime on the Rise in Spain

Cyber Crime on the Rise in Spain

Authorities in Malaga, Spain, have reported that child pornography and fraud account for more than half of cyber crime, Euro Weekly reports. Since its creation more than 18 months ago,… Read more »

FBI Books Gang of Alleged Hackers Involved in 'Modern, High-Tech Bank Heist'

FBI Books Gang of Alleged Hackers Involved in 'Modern, High-Tech Bank Heist'

The FBI has arrested and charged a group of individuals suspected of being involved in a global bank fraud scheme that used the Zeus Trojan and other malware to steal… Read more »

Man Cyber-Bullies Sister-in-Law after Being Rejected

Man Cyber-Bullies Sister-in-Law after Being Rejected

A 35-year-old bank official was arrested in India after allegedly sending defamatory, anonymous emails to his sister-in-law’s coworkers after she rejected his advances. The Telegraph reports that Adhiraj Roy Choudhuri… Read more »

4chan Members Hack Official Tea Party Website

4chan Members Hack Official Tea Party Website

The official website run by the right-wing movement Tea Party was compromised by members of 4chan on Tuesday, The Register reports. Vulnerabilities on the teaparty.org website allowed the hackers to… Read more »

Survey: Global Variations in Online-Threat Perception‎, Few Understand Term 'Rogueware'

Survey: Global Variations in Online-Threat Perception‎, Few Understand Term 'Rogueware'

A survey commissioned by F-Secure in Finland, Germany, Malaysia, Poland, Sweden, the UK and the United States has uncovered some intriguing international variations in how Internet users perceive threats. Asked… Read more »

Police Arrest Computer Scientist for Pointing to Security Holes

Police Arrest Computer Scientist for Pointing to Security Holes

Police in India have arrested a computer scientist after he refused to provide details regarding where he acquired an electronic voting machine a group of researchers used to find holes… Read more »

Credit Card Clearing House Hacked Says Security Researchers

Credit Card Clearing House Hacked Says Security Researchers

An underground credit card clearing house has been hacked, according to Trend Micro security researchers. Leaked data from the hack include employee emails and recorded phone calls. “A group of… Read more »

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