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People wearing masks often used by a group that calls itself "Anonymous" take part in a rally in Madrid. The FBI arrested two alleged members of the hacking collectives LulzSec and Anonymous on Thursday morning in San Francisco and Phoenix, FoxNews.
Today Overlook Press Even the most notorious anti-establishment figures started somewhere. The John Dillingers, Doc Hollidays and Robin Hoods of the world all had origin stories -- and so does Anonymous...That's one of the subjects of writer Cole
The four men Peter David Gibson, 22, Ashley Rhodes, 26, Christopher Weatherhead, 20, and a 17-year-old student were released on bail after the hearing at Westminster magistrates court on Wednesday morning. The group's bail conditions mean they are
LulzSec Authorities continue to target LulzSec hackers responsible for defacement and interuption of service to numerous websites. Scotland Yard has arrested two men who together used the online pseudonym "Kalya" and were central figures in the
Anthony Devlin/PA British police officers have flown to the US to gather evidence of computer hacking that could be used in the prosecution of two UK teenagers suspected of carrying out online attacks on behalf of Anonymous and LulzSec . Jake Davis,
Louise Mensch has claimed on Twitter she has been targeted by hacking groups Anonymous and LulzSec. Photograph: Karen Robinson Conservative MP Louise Mensch has claimed she has received threats against her children from the hacking groups Anonymous
Today Monty Brinton/Little, Brown In a summer replete with computer-hacking scandals -- many of them at the hands of the collectives Anonymous and LulzSec -- the adventures of Kevin Mitnick seem of a different time altogether. In the early '90s --
How a Hacker Mastermind Was Brought Down by His Love of Xbox If you're a hacker, you can't trust anyone...That's how an 18-year-old leader of the notorious hacking group Lulz Security got tripped up, according to one of his comrades. For 50 days this
Stay connected with cutting edge technology news Sample According to hackers, their action would reveal the crooked nature of governments and law enforcement, and damage their ability to terrorize communities. Here is our take on top five U.S.
They're everywhere August 6, 2011 Dean Takahashi A panel at Defcon that focused on the hacktivist groups Anonymous and LulzSec was as confusing, chaotic and free-wheeling as the organizations themselves. The panel included a masked man who spoke with