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Anonymous Hacks Into North Korean Websites Again

04/15/2013, Earlier this month, Anonymous revealed they had hacked a number of North Korea’s social networks as part of their “Operation Free Korea” campaign. It looks as though the organization isn’t stopping there as they have yet again...

South Korea Blames North For TV Stations, Banks Cyberattacks

04/10/2013, A few weeks ago, we reported on three South Korean television broadcasters and two banks becoming victims of a widespread malware attack, which resulted in serious network outages. The attack was perpetrated by “Whois Team,” which according...

Ubisoft uPlay Hacked To Offer Unlimited Access To PC Games

04/09/2013, Ah – another day, another video game digital platform hacked. This time, the platform that has been hacked is Ubisoft’s uPlay which has allowed hackers to access to the company’s complete line-up of PC games as well as titles that have...

Apple’s New VP Destroyed A Lot Of iPhones Back In 2009

03/20/2013, Adobe’s ex-CTO Kevin Lynch announced his resignation yesterday to join the ranks of Apple, which is kind of awkward considering the following clip he was featured in a spoof of Discover Channel’s, Mythbusters. The “Mythhackers”...

South Korean Broadcasters, Banks Crippled By Malware Attacks

03/20/2013, The digital world is starting to become a scary place with reports of numerous popular services getting hacked. We’ve seen ZenDesk, Evernote and even Dropbox suffer from hacker attacks, but a report is coming in from South Korea that may show how...

Anonymous claims PSN breach, 10M accounts allegedly accessed

08/15/2012, Uh-oh, the Anonymous hacker group has claimed to have hacked the PlayStation Network, or PSN, and downloaded 50GB worth of database that contain user accounts and passwords. From the look of it, a lot of emails are from Sweden, Russia and other European...

Mother hacks school computers to change her children’s grades

07/19/2012, If there’s one thing my mother never did for me (thankfully) it would be hack into my school’s computers to change my grades – and getting caught in the process. Well, the children of Catherine Venusto had a chance to experience that....

Apple investigates in-app purchase exploit

07/13/2012, Remember the in-app purchase exploit that allowed people to make in-app purchases without paying for them? Well, it looks like Apple has caught wind of the story and is currently investigating the problem. No word on how such an exploit managed to get...

NVIDIA forums hacked

07/13/2012, If you’ve got an account on the NVIDIA forums, you probably noticed an announcement about the forums being hacked recently. NVIDIA took the forums offline last week to investigate the breach – it turns out that hackers managed to gain access...

CIA website hacked by Anonymous

02/10/2012, Another week, another site take down by Anonymous; and today, the group decided to pull off another huge hit. According to an announcement posted by the hacktivist group on Twitter it claims responsibility for hacking the website of the Central...

Steam transaction backup file possibly stolen

02/10/2012, Last year in November, it was reported that Steam’s forums were hacked and a database of encrypted information might have been compromised. That was then, and earlier today, Steam’s Gabe Newell gave another announcement about the situation....

Zappos hacked: 24 million accounts compromised

01/16/2012, Bad news for Zappos customers – Zappos has announced that it was the target of a cyber attack that gained access to its internal network and the accounts of its 24 million users. It was mentioned that no credit card numbers were revealed in the breach,...

Lady Gaga Facebook and Twitter accounts hacked, fans phished

12/20/2011, It has been reported that Lady Gaga, one of the most popular pop stars of this generation, had her Facebook and Twitter account hacked. The hackers then used her account to send messages to all her fans – inviting them to submit their details to win...