Dangerous Hackers Who Were Eventually Hired To Work For Major Companies
Although many hackers ended up getting hired at major companies, there are others who actually break the security system of a major industry or organization in order to work with them, but ends up jailed.
The Most Dangerous Cyber Criminals Of All Time
Some hackers instead of getting jailed, ended up working on cybersecurity because of their abilities, which obviously has caused a lot of controversy, considering that many believes that they are criminals that must be jailed.
Yahoo Knew About a State-Sponsored Cyber Strike in 2014: Could This Be The End Of The Tech Giant And Verizon´s Deal?
It is not known how deep Yahoo´s involvement in the breach is. This deal would set a dangerous precedent for users, considering that Verizon knows Yahoo´s situation in this case.
Hacker Targeted Pro-Clinton Phone Lines Before The Elections
The only information that is known about the hacker is its user name in 4chan. This kind of cyber strike has been made to major websites this year, including Twitter and Spotify.
American Vigilante Hacker 'The Jester' Defaces Russian Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Website
A hacker dubbed as "the Batman of the internet" has targeted the official website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Pippa Middleton’s iCloud Account Hacker Taken Into Custody But Later Released On Bail
Pippa Middleton's iCloud photo hacker was finally arrested last Saturday after being reported to have taken 3000 images from her iCloud account.
9 Million 'Steam' Activation Keys Stolen By Hacker
The game 'Steam' has been breached and millions of game activation keys have been stolen.
Second iCloud Hacker Who Leaked Celebrity Nudes Face 5 Years In Prison
Edward Majerczyk will plead guilty for his role in "Celebgate."
117M ‘LinkedIn’ Passwords For Sale On Dark Web
Over 117 million LinkedIn passwords are up for sale on the dark web.
U.S. is one of the biggest hackers out there: Here's why
A lot has been made of Chinese hacking capabilities. But what about the U.S.? Bloomberg takes a cursory look into the secretive world of U.S.-sponsored hacking.
iPad Hacker Sentenced: U.S. Government Continues Cybercrime Crackdown
A hacker who illegally accessed information from thousands of AT&T iPad users was sentenced to three and a half years in prison on Monday.