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Hackers claiming a moralistic purpose have a long tradition on the Internet, but they're causing much more damage than ever before.
Prior to his sentencing Tuesday, prosecutors say that the hacker-turned-informant has already done his time.
Ryan Cleary and Jake Davis, aka "Topiary," plead guilty to DDoS attacks; two others plead not guilty. The charges centered on events in a 50-day hacking spree last year.
The arrests may have taken out the group known as "LulzSec," but there are still untold numbers of the hacktivist group Anonymous who remain active.
The hacktivist group says it has released 1GB of private business documents and e-mails from the defense contractor.
Arrests follow raids on homes as part of more than 35 search warrants related to an attack on PayPal computers, U.S. Department of Justice says.
Group releases statement declaring that its whirlwind run of headline-grabbing exploits, involving the likes of Sony, the CIA, the U.S. Senate, and FBI partner Infragard, is coming to an end.
A male from Saint Clair Township in Ohio is under investigation for possible involvement in recent hacking attacks launched against governments Web sites in the U.S. and U.K., say Ohio news sources.
Customer data from Sony Europe, InfraGard passwords and benign data from Nintendo server released in separate intrusions, hackers claim.
Hacker group says it's targeting the agency because of its "anti-immigrant" policies.