A group of security researchers has launched an initiative to name and shame DDoS providers and the companies who turn a blind eye to them.
The malware that powered the “Botnet of Things” behind one of the largest cyberattacks ever isn’t even that great, and that’s exactly why we should be worried.
As many predicted, hackers are starting to use your Internet of Things to launch cyberattacks.
An interview with 'censored' security journalist Brian Krebs.
The Interstate Swatting Hoax Act of 2015 would criminalize swatting with up to five years of prison time—more if someone actually gets hurt.
Hackers calling themselves the Impact Team had accused the site of keeping the purchase details, real names, and addresses of customers after they had paid to have their information erased.
A Canadian man says that he paid $19 to have his personal data erased from the site, and was shocked when the hacking group known as the Impact Team released his data.
The hackers released a manifesto threatening to release the personal info of users if the site isn't taken down, calling its customers dirtbags who "deserve no such discretion."
The FBI has seized the domain of drug marketplace Silk Road and slapped its owner with a host of heavy charges.
If you have the right kind of knowledge, enough free time, and a penchant for misanthropy, the internet can provide the means to make someone's life really fucking miserable. A perfect example is last week's case of internet security journalist Brian...