Person identified as hacker by rival hacker says he's not involved in "that hacking stuff."
Crave's Eric Mack has been binging on season 2 of the Netflix series for two weeks now, long enough to notice some of the hackiness of the hacker subplot. He's talking to you, USB dongle of destiny.
Followers of Twitter account AnonymouSabu are waiting for the next shoe to drop after Booz Allen data dump.
Hacker collective LulzSec has returned. Yesterday, the group hacked The Sun's website, redirecting visitors to a fake version of the site and falsely reporting that Rupert Murdoch had been found dead.
Years after the Los Angeles Times Web site was supposedly defaced by Anonymous, the U.S. government goes after a former employee who allegedly gave hackers the company's login and password.
commentary LulzSec may have called it quits, but they're just the latest to poke holes in the weak Web sites that litter the Internet.
Hackers say they attacked more than 70 U.S. law enforcement agencies, and they publicly post 10GB of data as proof--including personal info on police officers and data from an anonymous report-a-crime system.
LulzSec outs alleged "snitches" who the group claims are responsible for U.K. arrest in latest episode of "As the Hacker World Turns."