Several ISIS hacking groups announced that they have joined forces to form a large hacking group.
Pro-ISIS hacking groups joining forces behind a super-hacker team, the United Cyber Caliphate, are sharpening their skills and showing a willingness to coordinate and amp up cyberattacks, a new report revealed.
The Anonymous-affiliated hacking group Ghost Squad yesterday launched a distributed denial of service attack against the Loyal White Knights of the KKK, knocking the white supremacist group's website out of service.
Aspiring hacktivists can now login to a chat service hosted by Anonymous to learn coding and encryption.
Phineas Fisher, the hacker who claimed responsibility for breaching Hacking Team last year, published a how-to guide detailing his process in executing the attack.
Matthew Keys, a former social media editor at Reuters, received a two-year federal prison sentence for providing his username and login credentials to a hacker associated with the hacking group
Global citizens are collectively torn as to whether or not hacktivists constitute a public nuisance, or actually benefit society by holding criminal organizations, governments and corporations accountable, according to a new survey.
The hacking group Lizard Squad is taking credit for unleashing a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack Wednesday against Blizzard that prevented some customers from signing onto Battle.net for several hours.
Anonymous and LulzSec leaked millions of records and launched cyberattacks on Italian businesses to protest Italy's labor laws.
Costa Rica will be undergoing an investigation on whether or not hackers interfered with its 2014 elections.
Benjamin Earnest Nichols, a 37-year-old man from Oklahoma City faces a 10-year federal prison sentence for launching a DDoS attack against the website owned by a security researcher.
As many as 50 million Turkish citizens, including the nation's current and former presidents, may have been impacted in a data breach that was revealed to the public today.
Ghost Squad Hackers claim to have taken down two websites belonging to Donald Trump.
A hacker known as The Jester, whose site became a target of a DoS attack, claimed he rerouted the assault to strike Mossad, but it's his site that is currently down.
Phishing, hacking and malware attacks led to nearly a third of data security incidents during 2015, unlike the previous year when human error was cited the primary cause, according to the latest BakerHostetler Data Security Incident Response Report.
White nationalist hacker Andrew Auernheimer, who goes by the online alias weev, has claimed responsibility for executing a command to printers across the open Internet to print racist and anti-Semitic fliers.
Anonymous has reportedly set its sights on ISIS following the terrorist attack on Belgium in its latest campaign dubbed "#OpBrussels.
On the heels of a "data dump" which turned out to be the outing of Donald Trump's publicly available information, Anonymous allegedly has pledged to expose what it called Ted Cruz's "disgusting behavior."
Seven of Sweden's top online newspapers were disabled for several hours this past weekend after a series of apparent Distributed Denial of Service attacks, the Agence France-Presse has reported.
Making good on its promise to attack Donald Trump, an Anonymous group revealed the Republican frontrunner's private information, including his social security number and cell phone in a data dump on Pastebin.
A former LulzSec hacktivist will join a U.K.-based online payments firm Secure Trading as a part time security adviser.
Hacktivist group Anonymous has doubled down on its threats to interfere with Donald Trump's presidential campaign, declaring "total war" against the candidate in a YouTube video.
A man claiming to be the leader of the cybergang Team GhostShell, known for hacking the FBI, NASA, elite universities and others, contacted SCMagazine.com to reveal his identity and share his story.
An India-based search optimization firm became the target of a cyberattack this week because it was unfortunate enough to share a similar name with online search giant Google.
The cybergang New World Hackers to credit for a recent outage on Xbox Live and threatened the gaming network with a knockout punch to protest what it says is a lack of cybersecurity on site.
In a protest against France's foreign arms trade operations, one of the smaller portals owned by France's Ministry of Defense, CIMD (Centre d'Identification des Materiels de la Defense), has been hacked by hacking group Anonymous.
Utah receives as many as 300 million attacks per day from attackers targeting the NSA's data center and Hill Air Force Base.
Martin Gottesfeld, 31, under investigation for a cyberattack on Boston Children's Hospital, was arrested after a Disney Cruise ship rescued him and his wife from a stranded boat off Cuba.
The hacker responsible for breaching the Department of Justice's web portal has publicly posted stolen data corresponding to roughly 20,000 employees of the FBI and 9,000 from the Department of Homeland Security.
A hacker threatened to release information on 20,000 FBI employees and 9,000 who work for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
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