Canadian Programmer Connected to Yahoo Security Breach Handed Five Year Prison Sentence

A Kazakhstani born Canadian living in Hamilton, Ontario, who was associated with the infamous 2014 Yahoo security hack, received a five-year prison sentence. The security breach saw over 500 million Yahoo user accounts compromised, including personal credentials such as names, passwords, emails, phone numbers, and…

EXCLUSIVE: Fears for potential Gibraltar data breach after government website hacked by Anonymous

… government website was hacked twice by infamous cyber group Anonymous. The IT expert … hack key data stores,” the cyber professional, who asked to remain anonymous … readers to join the organisation. ANONYMOUS HACK: Screenshot of the Gibraltar government … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE…

More Evidence Ties Alleged DNC Hacker Guccifer 2.0 To Russian Intelligence

An anonymous reader shares a report: It … responsibility for the infamous DNC hack of 2016. Reports from the … .0 not as the Romanian activist he claimed to be, but … anonymous source close to the U.S. government investigation of the hacker … VISIT…

How a Dutch intelligence agency secretly hacked into the Kremlin’s most notorious hacking group

Dutch domestic intelligence service AIVD had access to the infamous Russian hacking group Cozy Bear for at least a year starting in mid-2014, local media outlets said on Thursday. According to the reports, the Dutch government alerted the United States to Russian interference in the…

How a Dutch intelligence agency secretly hacked into the Kremlin’s most notorious hacking group

Dutch domestic intelligence service AIVD had access to the infamous Russian hacking group Cozy Bear for at least a year starting in mid-2014, local media outlets said on Thursday. According to the reports, the Dutch government alerted the United States to Russian interference in the…

Anonymous hacks world’s biggest whaling industry in Norway

The infamous hacker network Anonymous has struck again, this time targeting the world’s largest whaling industry in Norway. Norway is one of the world’s only countries that still commercially hunts whales, joined by Japan and Iceland and the Faroe Islands. “As a result of whaling,…