A file containing one million Apple UDID codes has been leaked, after it was allegedly stolen from an FBI agent's laptop earlier this year.
A new report on data breaches finds that hacktivists, not traditional cybercriminals, nabbed 58 percent of stolen data in 2011. Is this a sea-change in attacks, and what does it mean for everyday technology users?
Potentially placing the lives of police informants in danger, the group of hackers known as AntiSec released a large amount of private data allegedly obtained from law enforcement agencies.
Anonymous strikes again, hitting cybersecurity contractor ManTech in order to embarrass the FBI
Italy's cyber police get owned by Anonymous' Italian branch Legion of Anonymous Doom. 8GB stolen.
Following the arrests of 21 alleged Anonymous and LulzSec hackers, the AntiSec coalition claims to have accessed the servers of NATO.
Anonymous shows that Apple's famously secure network might not be as air tight as some thought with a new data breach of Apple.com.
The new LulzSec AntiSec incarnation keeps on hacking, exposes data from the Anguilla, Brazil, Zimbabwe governments and more.
Anonymous has returned to the forefront of the hacker war against authority with the release of a "counter-cyberterrorism" manual, along with data on the FBI.
Scotland Yard has arrested a 19-year-old they say is the leader of hacker group LulzSec. The group denies that authorities have arrested any of their members.
The two hacktivist groups join forces to push their government transparency and Internet security agendas.