The alleged DDoS attack caused 'worldwide disruption' online
Cheltenham listening post is setting an online challenge to find the next generation of codebreakers
The latest revelation shows "an aggressive, multi-pronged effort to break widely used internet encryption"
Youngest computer-users also reported higher levels of hacking
The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP) includes BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin and Hewlett Packard
North Korea has been blamed for previous cyberattacks on South Korean banks and government
You may not have heard of Huawei, but its products may well be in your house. Last year the company, based in Shenzen, China, overtook Ericsson to become the world’s largest manufacturer of telecoms equipment. It controls a quarter of the EU market in telecoms infrastructure and has won more than half of the contracts for 4G technology awarded in Europe, including big deals with EE (formerly Orange and T-Mobile), O2 and 3UK.
Skulls pop up on the screens of some computers — a strong indication that hackers planted a malicious code in systems
You've just opened a Web page or clicked a link in an email when your computer's desktop goes gray. A browser window pops up with the FBI logo in the top left corner. Below it is a live webcam feed with a picture of someone's face. You try to click away but find that your browser is locked. With a start, you recognize the face staring at you from the screen: It's you.
Turing gets rebooted - 50 years too late
GCHQ has been threatened with cyber-attack tomorrow
The News Corp subsidiary at the heart of claims it used computer hackers to crack rivals' technology made a £2,000 payment to a British police force for "assistance given to us in our work", The Independent can reveal.
Manchester United Supporters Trust are collecting a "fighting fund" for the possible legal defence of United supporter Thomas McKenna, who has been the subject of a legal writ from the club. McKenna published details online of United's corporate clients and the club are seeking damages through the High Court. Yesterday a club spokesman said their action was in defence of "data security" and that "doing nothing was not an option".
The case against a computer hacker who faced extradition to the US on charges of breaking in to sensitive military computers has been adjourned.
Hacker who agreed to help nail his accomplices now accused of greatest identity theft spree in history