The High Tech Crime Team of the National Crime Squad in Barendrecht city close To Rotterdam arrested 17 year old boy who is suspected of hacking into KPN(The leading telecommunications and ICT service provider in The Netherlands) on 16 January 2012. The boy was arrested last Tuesday at home when he was online on the Internet.Dutch National Office Press Release
Dominican Republic Police has arrested six hackers linked to Anonymous and accused by the authorities of attacking websites of state and private companies,
The detainees are Corniell Victor David Jimenez (Zerohack) Jean Carlos Rafael Leonardo Acosta (Nmap), Cristian de la Rosa Jose de los Santos (Mot), Robert Reynoso Delgado (Frank ostia), and two children whose names are omitted for legal reasons , according to information released in Listin Diario.
Iran has developed an anti-Stuxnet virus program and Anti-Maleware announced head of Iranian Cyberpolice Gholamreza Jalali' on Wednesday in an interview with IRNA.
In 2010 Iran's industrial and nuclear facilities In Natanz were attacked by the Stuxnet worm. The worm was a malware designed to infect computers using Siemens Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
Stuxnet and its varariant Duqu seems to have been aimed predominantly at Iranian nuclear facilities and its
Haikou Cyberpolice destroyed China first fake alarm site arrested four suspects.
After daily monitoring network Cyberpolice found some wrong advice on Alarmwebsite,website is a fake copy of Public Security Bureau in the Mainland China alarm site.fake alarm site is phishing website,Cyber Police verify.
At present, the four suspects had been under criminal detention, the case is being further processed.
UK web surfers have caught a grim glimpse of the future with Internet users being threatened with 10 years in jail for “illegal downloading” after a prominent music file-sharing site was shut down shortly after Britain signed the notorious ACTA bill.
It is the first time such a move has been made against Internet users in the UK. The British government introduced regulations in 2009 enabling Internet providers to track users who downloaded illegal content from the web and disable their connection if warning letters had no effect.
Music site RnBXclusive.com has been shut down by the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca).A takedown notice warned visitors who have used the site to download music they could face up to 10 years imprisonment and an unlimited fine.
Soca said music posted on the site was "stolen from the artists" and may have "damaged careers".A man has been arrested for fraud and bailed pending further enquiries, police told the BBC.
Iran has cut off access to the Internet, leaving millions of people without access to e-mail and social networks.
An individual inside the country confirmed this morning that Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo email are no longer available. Ditto for Facebook. So far, the government has not made any announcement about the service interruption.
But cyber-sophisticated Iranians are still able to circumvent the government by using proxy servers over VPN connections.
Filtering Internet ceritera in Iran is annoying people and expencive, head of Iranian Parliament(Majlis) research center told in an interview with mehrnews.
He warns cost of harrasment internet filtering! and about recent shutdown of many Iranian websites and filtering he said:"even if security is justified, should be explained by the authorities because increase people trust to government and people accept the security and cyberpolice justification"