Joint operation identified more than 1000 botnets, but operations continue
New York lawyers say $6bn of ill-gotten gains were processed though money-transfer service
Two jailed, another sent to young offenders unit and fourth handed suspended sentence
Working from their bedrooms, they stole personal data from hundreds of thousands of people
Dattatec.com reports distributed denial of service attacks
Onslaught, believed to be the work of spammers, has been likened to series of digital 'nuclear bombs'
A criminal investigation is under way after a hacker broke into email accounts belonging to members of the Bush family and their close friends, publishing phone numbers, home security codes and a picture of George H.W. Bush during his recent hospital stay, when he was reported to be close to death.
IT specialists should consider becoming police volunteers to help stop criminals trying to fleece Britons of hundreds of millions of pounds online, the Security Minister is to suggest.
The country is panic-buying petrol whilst the PM is in a hot spot over a pasty row. The timing couldn’t be better for the return of Yes, Prime Minister to screens after 24 years.
With an uncompromising performance at the Leveson Inquiry this week, the Met Police's Deputy Assistant Commissioner showed that she is not to be messed with
Pc David Rathband - the police officer shot and blinded by Raoul Moat - was found hanged, a coroner heard today.
PC David Rathband always insisted he never hated Raoul Moat for blinding him.
Who invented the computer? This turns out to be a far more complicated question than you might imagine. There is no doubt that it was mathematicians who first conceived of a universally programmable machine, but which mathematicians?
The tiny town of Donzy is France's political weathervane. And things aren't looking good for Sarkozy, finds John Lichfield.
No shame in short
Inmate who started inferno told provincial governor what he planned to do