eBay Founder Pierre Omidyar Calls for Leniency for Anonymous 'PayPal 14' hackers

The group, which has become known as the 'PayPal 14' were arrested in 2011 and charged with taking part in a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against PayPal on 8 December 2010.

They are due to appear before a Federal Court in the US this week, all facing two federal felony charges, which carry a combined maximum sentence of 15 years in jail and a $500,000 (£306,000, €369,000) fine.

Space Cyber attacks – the threat is growing

Can hackers damage the Israeli spy and communications satellites?

Hacking team "Algerian To The core" takes down multiple governments

The Algerian hacking team named "Algerian to the core" has been taking down several ran

Cyberwarfare: NATO Targets “Patriotic Hackers”

In a new directive, the “North Atlantic” Treaty Organization (NATO), has now made it

Resources on the Mandiant APT1 China's Cyber Espionage Units report

As soon Mandiant released their APT1: Exposing One of China's Cyber Espionage Units 

Cybercriminal uses Facebook & Skype to let his victims strip on cam

Hackers will try anything to obtain your information.

Algerian Hackers take down NIC's & deface Google, Yahoo, Facebook domains

Today Algerian Hackers achieved to obtain access to the domain controllers and took down multiple

TeamCyberConfl!ct hacks PKR.com & gives $7500 to random PKR players

Message for the government of India from BBHH

We are the citizens of Bangladesh. It’s your neighborhood country. We are like neighbors.

AnonGhost takes down 10 websites in latest leak

The hacking group AnonGhost has been defacing websites for the last couple of months.