Golden Gate Xpress
SF State incidents create mixed reactions among students
SF State hosted its share of excitement this past week with six arrests, two protests and a load of stress to students, staff and faculty.
Kaitlyn Hunt 'Free Kate' fight: Florida sheriff doesn't know who Anonymous is
The Internet activist group Anonymous has taken on the case of Kaitlyn Hunt , the Florida teen facing felony charges over a same-sex relationship with a younger girl at her high school.
News Of The Tweet: Rules Of The Internet - It might seem like there...
Last week I posted @creativemorning's tweet of Simon Collinson's quote about there being no rules for the internet.
Tue May 21, 2013
DDoS Attacks: What Can Enterprises Do to Combat Them?
Somebody always has something to gain from a distributed-denial-of-service attack.
'Guantanamo guards shot my client 5 times for no reason'
Over 100 Guantanamo prisoners continue their hunger strike in protest against unlawful - and as it turns out, violent - detention.
'Anonymous' hack threat prompts WiFi shutdown on Guantanamo
The US military has restricted access to wireless internet at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp due to hacking threats said to be part of a protest over conditions at the facility where detainees have been engaged in a hunger strike for over 100 days.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Miami Herald
Guantanamo hack threat prompts WiFi shutdown
The U.S. military has shut down wireless internet service at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba because of online hacking threats.
Sat May 18, 2013
Silcon Valley Moms
Biggest Digital Hacks of 2013 and What They Mean for You
From the biggest corporations and the US government to average citizens, hacking is a significant danger these days - one that can threaten both individual privacy rights and national and financial security as a whole.
Fri May 17, 2013
Happening Now: Gitmo Activists Mark 100th Day of Hunger Strike With Media 'Storm'
Hacker vigilante group Anonymous is marking the day with a "twitterstorm," implementing social media to bring greater awareness to the human rights violations going on at Guantanamo, particularly the indefinite detention of prisoners, many of whom have for years been cleared for release.
Italian 'Tango Down' operation arrests 4 Anonymous hackers
A crackdown on hacker group Anonymous has seen the arrests of four suspected hacktivists in Italy, report local police.
Modern cyber pirates 'LulzSec' hacked top networks and crashed websites worldwide
London, May 16 : In another case of cyber attacks, four British computer hackers or 'hactivists' who call their organization LulzSec, launched cyber attacks on CIA and other global organizations as a result of which websites around the world crashed.
Thu May 16, 2013
Hacker group Anonymous plans attack on oil-and-gas industry
The hacker activist group Anonymous said it plans to target the oil-and-gas sector in a June 20 operation.
Wed May 15, 2013
British LulzSec 'hactivists' caused websites to crash...
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Mon May 13, 2013
Ex-Fox 40 web producer accused of conspiring to hack Internet news site
A former Web producer for KTXL Fox 40, a Tribune Co.-owned television station in Sacramento, was indicted Thursday in Sacramento for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacker group Anonymous to hack into and alter a Tribune Co.
Sun May 12, 2013
Anonymous launches fresh attack on N.K.
Hacktivist group Anonymous staged another round of online attacks against the North Korean regime's websites from Sunday morning, closing down those for public organizations and companies run by the regime.
Wed May 08, 2013
Threatened cyberattack on banks doesn't materialize, but problem isn't solved
The good news for Greater Cincinnati banks and their customers is that a threatened cyberattack against online banking systems proved to be a non-event on Tuesday.
Must-Reads from Around the World
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un presides over a plenary meeting of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea in Pyongyang on March 31, 2013 China- North Korea - Reuters reports that the Bank of China has closed the account of North Korea's main foreign exchange bank, which Washington has accused of helping finance Pyongyang's nuclear ... (more)
Cyber attack threats fail to follow through
Government and financial institutions went unscathed on Tuesday after HousingWire reports of a potential wave of cyber attacks put the institutions into overdrive to buffer their security.
Hacking group warns of cyber attack on N. Korea
The international hacking group Anonymous warned it will hack into several key North Korean websites at the end of next month.