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Members of CabinCr3w posted information about James Dimon's addresses, family, business connections and political contributions.
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Seventy-five sites belonging to Indian organizations, government bodies, universities and police were compromised.
In a first, Microsoft and authorities have not only taken down a dangerous "botnet" but have also identified the malware's owner.
Chat forum Al-Shamukh and secondary site Al-Fidaa were hit by denial of service attacks.
A group calling themselves CabinCr3w took credit for the posting.
On Sunday morning, a hacker defaced hundreds of thousands of sites hosted on InMotion's servers.
Symantec is warning of malicious attachments disguised as scans being e-mailed automatically from printers.
The site was defaced by hackers calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army.
Yet another new attack against SSL has been revealed. Should you be concerned?
The data was published in response to the officer's recent use of pepper spray during a protest.
The account was compromised by the same hackers who recently hit Fox News' and NBC News' Twitter feeds.
The site redirected visitors to malware-laden Web sites for most of Monday morning.
Chris Doyon denied involvement in cyber attacks on Santa Cruz County servers.
The men are accused of breaking into a more than a dozen businesses between 2008 and 2010.
The three men are accused of involvement in attacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment and Santa Cruz County servers.
The group is planning peaceful protests across the country on September 24.
Simple Web-based games are being used to direct victims to sites that install malicious software.
The deal allowed Viktor Pleschuk to avoid up to six years in jail.
The XSS bug allows an attacker to access files on the device, including the user's Address Book.
The suspects are accused of stealing money using a combination of bank kiosk phishing and mobile phone number hijacking.
Parent company Vasco has announced that DigiNotar will be liquidated.
Members of Anonymous and X-Ploit claimed credit for the attacks.
Stolen data includes IP addresses for internal systems, but the company says no data about products or technologies was compromised.
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act hasn't been reviewed since 2005.
Dr. Barbarian was given the official title of 'Long Room Hub Associate Professor in Hyborian Studies and Tyrant Slaying.'
Account holders' user names and passwords were likely obtained via either keyloggers or phishing.
The agency won't comment on whether it's looking at Anonymous as part of its investigation.
The group has been testing the #RefRef tool for the past few weeks.
The gang is led by a Russian in his early 20s known as 'Soldier.'
An unknown intruder broke into parts of Vacationland Vendors' point-of-sale systems.
The Web site was defaced with a message mocking both the religion and the site's administrator.
The Web site's standard software download was replaced with rogue antivirus software.
Linux.com and Linux Foundation sites shut down as kernel.org hack collateral damage radius expands
The DDoS attack was timed to protest David Cameron's visit to Moscow.
Credit card companies have tracked more than $3 million fraudulent transactions to card numbers found in Tony Perez' possession.
The hack appears to have been carried out via a spear phishing attack.
The Universal Rapid Gamma Emitter is designed to hijack topics that are trending on Twitter.
Hacker Codeine says the university ignored multiple XSS vulnerabilities for a full month.
The hackers intend to protest what they claim was an 'inside job.'
The security firm says vehicle systems are becoming increasingly vulnerable to hackers.
The Web site was defaced by Palestinian hacker Mlook Ahmar.
Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, employees can be charged with a crime if they simply access personal e-mail or check the weather online.
Thirty-two percent of admitted hackers say they did it 'just for fun.'
Turkish hackers redirected traffic from more than 186 Web sites.
The 14 defendants face felony charges of conspiracy and computer hacking.
Kayla's Twitter account has been silent since the recent arrest of two hackers in the UK.
Anonymous hackers leaked sensitive information, including private emails.
Luis Mijangos tricked victims into sending him nude photos.
The 'Hollywood Leaks' group is looking for dirt on celebrities.
Kernel.org admits that it was breached. Should Linux users be worried?
According to the country's National Intelligence Service, North Korea attempts up to 250 million attacks a day against South Korea.
Christopher Jan Weatherhead and Ashley Rhodes have been charged with conspiracy to impair the operation of a computer.
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