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Worst Cyber-Criminals in the World: China and Russia, Claims U.S. Report

Forget Anonymous and LulzSec, according to a new U.S. report compiled from research by over a dozen spy agencies and area experts, the world’s worst cyber-criminals are China and Russia. The Chinese in particular are in the U.S.’s crosshairs, accused in the report of being “the world’s most active and persistent perpetrators of economic …

Chinese Hackers Targeting U.S. Satellites?

It certainly sounds ominous: Hackers meddling with satellites controlled by the U.S. government several times over the past four years. What’s more, claims a report by a U.S. congressional commission, the hackers behaved in ways consistent with Chinese military doctrine.

In a draft report due out next month and summarized by …

Two More LulzSec, Anonymous Suspects Picked Up in U.K.

The noose appears to be tightening around hacktivist groups LulzSec and Anonymous: Two men, aged 24 and 20, were just picked up for reported connections to online attacks by the groups in recent months.

The two apparently shared the hacker identity “Kayla,” a name associated with Anonymous and attacks on California-based Internet …

Nokia Admits Hack Last Week More Serious, Closes Developer Forums

Welcome to your weekly hack update, in which a major company admits its perimeter was breached and someone made off with piles of sensitive data. In this installment: Nokia, the Finland-headquartered mobile device manufacturer, and their online development community.

Yep, that community was reportedly infiltrated by ne’er-do-wells who …

Anonymous and LulzSec Fire Back at Police with Lethal Data Dump

Members of the AntiSec hacking collective claim they’ve just pulled off their biggest heist-and-post yet, ostensibly dumping 10GB of confidential data purloined from U.S. law enforcement agencies in retaliation for the recent arrests of alleged Anonymous and LulzSec hackers.

Dubbed “Shooting Sherrifs Saturday,” the info-dump …

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