When hacking group Anonymous responded to the deadly terror attacks in Paris by threatening ISIS "We will hunt you down," observers may have been left wondering what torturous punishment the group planned.
The mysterious group behind the 2013 cyber attacks that crippled South Korean news stations, financial institutions, and government websites is likely the same attacker behind malware that appeared in Europe recently, according to Palo Alto Networks.
Anonymous' campaign against the Islamic State's internet assets has been criticised as a move that only hinders security and intelligence services attempts to investigate them.
Anonymous claimed it took down 5,500 pro-ISIS Twitter accounts on its #OpParis Twitter account.
Following the terror attacks in Paris that left 129 dead and about 350 others injured, intelligence agencies are exploring the communication methods that may have been used in planning the coordinated attacks.
Hacker group Anonymous has declared war against ISIS in retaliation for the attacks in Paris on Friday night, in a YouTube video.
A 51-year-old British man is headed to prison after being found guilty of DDoS attacks that knocked more than 300 websites offline in 2013.
An estimated 70 million phone calls made by prisoners in the United States have been hacked and leaked to The Intercept.
Anonymous followed up on its threat to out people it believes are KKK members with the release of hundreds of names on Pastebin.
According to a report by Motherboard, Hacking Team, the Italian-based technology vendor that sells covert surveillance technology to governments with questionable human rights records, is back in business.
The hacking group Anonymous is threatening to pull off the hoods of 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members as part of an on-going battle between two groups.
Trend Micro's cybersecurity predictions for 2016 foresees events ranging from a smart device hack that leads to fatality to more personalized ransomware attacks.
While visual hacking is a threat to any industry, it can be especially dangerous in healthcare and financial industries, where some of the most sensitive personal and financial information is routinely accessed and displayed.
A high school student has claimed to have hacked the private email account of CIA Director John Brennan where the student found a number of sensitive, government-related files, according to a report in the New York Post.
Data is at the core of every business, and data theft is one of the most potent risks enterprises face. According to a 2015 Ponemon Institute study, the average consolidated cost of a data breach is $3.8 million, which includes investigative and forensic efforts, resolution, and the consequences of customer defection.
A federal jury in California convicted former Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys of conspiring to help the hacktivist group Anonymous hack into the LA Times and alter its website.
Edward Snowden's appearance on last night's Panorama, and his phone hack allegations fail to shock security experts.
A new malware may be defending machines against attackers and may even be providing fixes for infections.
US officials believe that Sally Ann Jones, former British punk rocker, is looking to run the Islamic State's hacker unit.
An anonymous source released the alleged phone number and home address of the Turing CEO who jacked up the price of life-saving AIDS and cancer drug.
Anonymous has launched another online battle against members of the Islamic State group.
Aerial Assault displayed a drone at DEF CON 23 equipped to fly to and then hack into a corporate network.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) said the U.S. should target the social media influence that the Islamic State uses to inspire domestic attacks.
Attackers claiming to be with the SEA compromised the official website for the U.S. Army, posting
How serious is the risk of visual hacking in your organization? Consider who may be viewing, photographing and collecting sensitive information from your offices and electronic devices when staff is mobile.
Back in 2013, the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hacked The Washington Post's site, redirecting visitors to hacker-controlled pages.
As Anonymous activity drops, iSIGHT Partner's Joe Gallop boldly predicts the demise of the hacktivist collective but says other groups are stepping up to fill the void.
The New York resident, Mario Chuisano, was also ordered to pay nearly $2.7 million in restitution.
Researchers at Trend Micro have detected malware that they say was used by pro-ISIS sympathizers to hack into a French TV station.
Days after hacktivist collective Anonymous warned Israeli companies and websites that it would begin its annual cyber attack campaign against the country on Tuesday, one Israeli political party's website was defaced.
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