British Hacker Pleads Guilty to Hacking US Military Satellite Phone And Messaging System
A 25-year-old broke into a DoD satellite communication system and doxed around 800 Department of Defense employees.
UK’s Top Police Warn That Modding Games May Turn Kids into Hackers
The National Crime Agency had a booth at EGX to promote ethical hacking.
Cops Say UK's New Drug Law Will Push More Sales to the Dark Web
Almost six months after the Psychoactive Substances Act, drugs such as spice are advertised on dark web markets.
UK Crime Agency Seeks Whatever Intel It Can Get From Internet Service Providers
“They don't know what they want, but they want more data."
The UK Is Using Bulk Interception to Catch Criminals—And Not Telling Them
"Suspects are being left in the dark."
Decrypted PGP BlackBerry Messages Helped Convict UK Gun Smugglers
Law enforcement continue to crack down on the criminal use of so-called PGP BlackBerrys.
UK's National Crime Agency: Yes, We Could Ask Apple to Remove Encryption
An NCA official said on Tuesday that under the Investigatory Powers Bill, the agency could request Apple to remove encryption.
How the UK's National Crime Agency Fights Cybercrime With Hacking of Its Own
Newly published evidence from law enforcement bodies gives examples of how the NCA uses hacking tools against cybercriminals.
Silk Road 'Legal Highs' Vendor Sentenced for Selling Crack, Meth
PlutoPete, real name Peter Ward, previously said that everything he sold was legal.
What the UK’s Proposed Surveillance Law Means for Police Hacking
In the past few months, we’ve learned more about UK police use of "equipment interference" through discussion of the Investigatory Powers Bill.
Cops Could Undermine Dark Web Markets by Leaving Fake Reviews
Researchers say it could drive business away from high profile dark web dealers.
The UK Will Police the Dark Web with a New Task Force
It won't just be targeting child pornography though, but also "serious criminals."