The Irish arm of the online hacker group Anonymous claims to have brought down Dalradian Gold’s Northern Ireland website in protest against the company. The site was reported to have been crashed on September 24, but it now back up
Reddit has reset 100,000 passwords after hackers stole people’s credentials from other sites to take over their accounts.
The social network alerted its user base yesterday to the fact it had sent out the reset notices over the past fortnight,
Those of you who use LinkedIn might want to beef up your security.
On May 18, the professional-networking site said that more than 100 million members’ email and password combinations hacked during a 2012 data breach had just been posted
A North Korean intelligence officer has defected to the South, according to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency. This is the highest ranking officer to ever defect.
The colonel was a member of the Reconnaissance General Bureau. The man is believed
A recent study indicates that healthcare data security may be at risk as most companies do not always check the security frameworks of third parties.
With the recent spike in healthcare data breaches, it is pertinent that healthcare organizations implement
A container city sprang up in the middle of Calais’s jungle in January. Better than the flimsy tents they replaced, these metal boxes with their bunk beds are home for 1400 migrants. It is a warm spot in their long
Remember a while back when Netflix was a total bro and let current subscribers keep their lower monthly subscription rate instead of charging the higher rate that new customers received? That’s changing next month.
In 2014, Netflix raised the price
David Cameron met with the editors of the Sun, the Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday in the two weeks prior to a government announcement delaying the controversial imposition of costs on the newspaper industry.
Despite promising to put the
Hacker collective Anonymous has claimed responsibility for taking several dozen Canadian government websites offline for two hours on Wednesday 17 June.
The cyberattack started after 12pm ET (5pm BST) and lasted for two hours, with the hackers sending additional traffic
Freelance journalist and activist Barrett Brown was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison Thursday on charges of threatening an FBI agent and obstructing a federal investigation into his reporting on the anarchist hacking collective Anonymous.
Prosecutors had asked for
an Anonymous programmer. Right away, notwithstanding hacking, the man is additionally accused of 18 tallies of cyberstalking.
Salinas was captured in September 2013 for endeavoring to hack into the site of the Hidalgo County in Texas. The suspect asserted that