After hackers got into top secret military computer systems, British officials examine their approach to cybersecurity.
British police arrest 19-year-old man following probe into network intrusions and attacks, and reports suggest that he could be at the top of the hacker group.
The 19 people arrested are accused of using the Zeus data-stealing Trojan to capture log-in details, gain access to online bank accounts, and steal millions.
DDoS attacks are a way to keep corrupt corporations honest, according to an anonymous member of DerpTrolling, who gives us an inside look at the self-proclaimed gods of the Internet.
Hacktivist group says it recorded a call apparently between U.S. and U.K. law enforcement officials over cybercrime cases and individuals.
After New York Times, Wall Street Journal report suspected Chinese hacks on their systems, The Washington Post says its computers were hit too. Also: Eric Schmidt weighs in on China threat in new book.
Antivirus company Panda Security is apparently targeted after a researcher celebrates reports that LulzSec's former leader had become an informant.
Global police agency says sweep in Europe and South America was in response to cyberattacks on government Web sites in Colombia and Chile.
Following its FBI shenanigans of last week, the loose-knit hacking collective claims to have taken down the CIA's Web site, along with the sites of the Mexican Senate and Interior Ministry. It also says it hacked into police and government sites in Alabama and pilfered personal info on 46,000 Alabamians.
CIA Web site goes down Friday in apparent denial-of-service attack by Anonymous as part of anti-law-enforcement demonstration.