Hackers may be trying to obtain information such as email addresses, IP addresses, and/or phone numbers.
The secretive hacktivist group 'Anonymous' has declared war on the technology network of ISIS.
Hacktivists determined to disrupt the terror group's online presence could impede government counter-intelligence efforts.
The hacktivist network known for mounting cyber attacks against government and corporate websites is turning their efforts on IS. Continue reading →
Anonymous said that hackers involved in the operation, also known as #OpKKK, do not believe Klan members deserve First Amendment protections.
As-yet unknown groups have tried many times to obtain information about power grid layout and operations.
Security expert warns against throwing away your old airline boarding passes. Continue reading →
The hacker sent ISIS the names, e-mail addresses, e-mail passwords, locations and phone numbers of about 1,300 US military and government personnel.
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