California Man Charged With Hacking Into, Defacing Government WebsitesA California man has been charged with hacking and defacing websites for a West Point counterterrorism research center and a New York City government finance agency.
'Hacker-For-Hire' Pleads Guilty To Yahoo BreachA Canadian man has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a massive breach at Yahoo that authorities say was directed by two Russian intelligence agents.
HBO Hacker Demands $6 Million Ransom For ‘Game Of Thrones’ Scripts, EmailsA hacker using the name "Mr. Smith" posted a fresh cache of stolen HBO files and has demanded $6 million ransom.
Hackers Silence Online Stream Of KQED RadioBay Area radio station KQED was hit by hackers, who reportedly knocked out the station's online radio stream for hours.
Log In, Look Out: Cyber Chaos May Grow At Workweek's StartEmployees booting up computers at work Monday could see red as they discover they're victims of a global "ransomware" cyberattack that has created chaos in 150 countries and could wreak even greater havoc as more malicious variations appear.
Hacked New York Post App Sends Out 'Heil President Trump' AlertsThe New York Post app has been hacked on April Fools' Day, sending out push alert notifications that included "Heil President Donald Trump."
SoCal College Pays $28K Ransom After Student Data Is HackedA Los Angeles community college has paid a $28,000 ransom after a hacker took student data hostage.
Britney Spears' Death Hoax Hack Creates Social Media FrenzyBritney Spears' manager believes someone hacked Sony Music's Twitter account and tweeted out the singer died in an accident.
Alonzo Knowles Sentenced For Hacking Celebrity EmailsKnowles bragged that he hacked celebrities' email accounts to write a book that will "shake up Hollywood"
Yahoo Waited 18 Months Before Investigating Massive Security BreachA regulatory filing raised further questions about why it took Yahoo so long to realize the severity of a 2014 hacking attack.
Russian Man Indicted For Hacking Into LinkedIn, Dropbox,A 29-year-old Russian man has been indicted for hacking into computers belonging to the San Francisco Bay Area companies LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring.
Russian Hacker Arrested In Prague; LinkedIn Suggests Ties To 2012 BreachThe professional networking service LinkedIn is suggesting the arrest of a Russian hacker suspected of cyberattacks in the United States was tied to a 2012 breach of member information.