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Tech America and USTelecom said the Anonymous hacker group targeted their Internet sites in denial-of-service attacks.
A group calling itself "Lulzsec Reborn" claims to have hacked into the private information of 170,000 members of a military dating website. However, the owner of the website disputed the claim, since the dating service has only 140,000 members.
Code written to test a hole in software from Microsoft escaped into the hands of hackers.
In retaliation for the arrests of several of its members, the hacker group Anonymous has taken down several websites.
An Irish police officer's email blunder led to the spectacular leak of a sensitive conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard, U.S. law enforcement said Tuesday.
Hackers might be gearing up to shut off power in your office. National Security Agency Director General Keith Alexander says the group Anonymous might have that capability in the next year or two.
Hackers who broke into a security consulting firm Stratfor are now targeting the company's government subscribers.
Researchers at Symantec say they found more evidence linking attacks on defense contractors to hackers based in China.
Chief Executive George Friedman acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that the company had not encrypted customer information and said this decision had embarrassed the company.