Now that the bad guys have found a generic way to attack SQL-based Web sites, look for more attacks in the near future, says CTO of WhiteHat Security.
A new multimedia ballet, "HackPolitik," fuses jarring, angular movements with electroacoustic music and video projection to interpret the activities of hacker collective Anonymous.
The hacking collective's latest campaign against Israel escalates, with defacements of Microsoft Israel Web sites and the publication of alleged donors to a pro-Israel group.
The hacks are apparently just the beginning of document dumps and defacements for its day of protest, the 5th of November, aka Guy Fawkes Day.
Despite shared concerns, pioneers in the movement say the methods of a newer generation abridge free speech and hurt the cause.
National Security Agency Director Gen. Keith Alexander calls Defcon the "world's best cybersecurity community" and asks for their help.
The online hacktivist group defaces government and commercial sites with a message predicting the downfall of the Chinese government, although no central government sites appear to have been compromised.
Anonymous logo shows up on Bart.gov and CaliforniaAvoid.org, while user info is also leaked.
Antivirus company Panda Security is apparently targeted after a researcher celebrates reports that LulzSec's former leader had become an informant.
U.K. registrar NetNames confirms an attack that reportedly affected Vodafone, UPS, and Acer, redirecting Web pages to one translated as saying "h4ck1n9 is not a cr1m3."