The endless saga of cyber attacks on websites continues unabated. In the latest security breach, hackers infiltrated the Nokia Developer site last week, accessing sensitive details of members from within the network.
Popular pop star Lady Gaga has fallen victim to a U.S. hacker group that broke into her United Kingdom website and stole thousands of her fans’ personal details, according to multiple online published reports.
As if the attack on FBI partner site InfraGard was not enough, hackers have landed another blow on the U.S. intelligence agency, this time on IRC Federal, an FBI engineering contractor.
Washington Post is the latest corporation to end up on the list of high-profile companies hacked so far this year.
The New York Times reported yesterday that the computer system of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has become the victim of a hacking attack.
The hacking group Lulz Security or LulzSec took credit for yet another attack on Sony Corp. The anonymous hacker group, which shot to prominence last month with its high-profile intrusion, claims it hacked the Japanese technology and media giant again on Monday.
Another day, another hack on Sony database! Just a day after Sony Pictures came under attack by hacker group LulzSec, the company is reeling under yet another attack. The latest victim is Sony Europe.
Hundreds of email accounts of U.S. government officials, military personnel and Chinese political activists have been hacked in recent months. The tech and internet search giant is now blaming computer hackers in China for the high-tech cyberspying.
Sony acknowledged Wednesday that Sony Ericsson's eShop website has been hacked in Canada and personal information of about 2000 users has been compromised.
No one's Facebook account is safe from hackers. Not even the social networking site's founder Mark Zuckerberg's! A fan page dedicated to the site's creator was hacked Tuesday.