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  • Arizona police organization says LulzSec hacking could compromise officer safety

     
    After having hundreds of in-house documents released by hacker group LulzSec, the personal information of numerous Arizona law enforcement officials has hit the Web, said the Arizona Highway Patrol Assn., which added that the disclosure of the information...
  • LulzSec calls it quits after 50 days

     
    The hacker group LulzSec, who over the last 2 months has attacked the websites of large corporations and government organizations while raving about it publicly on a Twitter account, has called it quits. LulzSec said after 50 days it was time for the...
  • Cyberattacks strike networks in Brazil, revealing vulnerability across Latin America

     
    Latin America's vulnerability to cyberattacks was laid bare in recent weeks as government networks in several countries were hacked or temporarily shut down, and hackers threatened to go after more. On June 21, the hackers group LulzSec claimed on Twitter...
  • Pensacola priest to protest Orlando’s homeless-feeding rule

     
    An Orthodox priest from Pensacola is coming to Orlando to lead a demonstration in support of a group that has faced legal trouble for feeding the homeless in Orlando's Lake Eola Park. “The criminalization of public service to the poor is to...
  • AntiSec 'hackers without borders' claim new hack on Arizona state police

     
    AntiSec -- a group of hackers made up of members from the Anonymous and the disbanded LulzSec -- published online files that it says contains personal information and documentation of racism in the Arizona Dept. of Public Safety. The group says they broke...
  • Sony CEO says hackers pick on company because of PlayStation protection

     
    Sony Chariman and CEO Sir Howard Stringer says the Japanese tech giant became a target for hackers over the last few month in retaliation for the its protection of intellectual property, according to a report. "We believe that we first became the...
  • Apple, Fox News hacked over Fourth of July weekend

     
    Apple, Fox News hacked over July 4th weekend: Despite a long holiday weekend, hackers kept working, targeting Fox News and Apple in the latest round of cyber attacks. Hackers exposed numerous email and password combinations related to Apple and...
  • Hackers announce fake Obama assassination through FoxNews Politics Twitter account

     
    Hackers attack the Twitter feed of Fox News politics, send out false reports of a presidential assassination....
  • Second man accused in AT&T iPad hacking indicted by federal grand jury

     
    One man in a duo accused of hacking AT&T servers and stealing the personal data of about 120,000 iPad users was indicted by a grand jury two weeks after his co-defendant pleaded guilty, Reuters reported. Andrew Auernheimer, 25, of Fayetteville, Ark.,...
  • Hacking group AntiSec says it stole 90,000 U.S. military email passwords

     
    A group of hackers published online files that it says contain a list of roughly 90,000 military emails and passwords belonging to a prominent defense and homeland security consultant for the U.S. government, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc....
  • Sony's free ID protection offer extended to July 31 for PlayStation, Qriocity users

     
    Sony has extended the cutoff date for its free AllClear ID Plus identity protection offer for PlayStation Network and Qriocity users to July 31. The Japanese consumer electronics giant first offered the AllClear ID Plus service at no charge in......
  • Anonymous plans AnonPlus after being kicked out of Google+

     
    The hacktivist group Anonymous has been kicked off Google+ and in response, the group is looking to build its own social network called AnonPlus. As with anyone who has a Google+ account is suspended, all of Anonymous other Google accounts -- Gmail,...