An arrest has been made related to the attacks on Microsoft's Xbox Live service and Sony's Playstation Network, and the warrant for the arrest clearly states the reasoning behind it.
Hector Xavier Monsegur, better known as "Sabu", the former leader of the LulzSec hacker group, could be a free man this week thanks to his cooperation with U.S law enforcement to bring down the group.
Neuron, a member of Lulzsec, faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to hacking into Sony Pictures' website and making off with private information on thousands of people.
An attack on Sony Pictures' website, more than a year ago, has not gone unpunished. A second suspect in the attack has been arrested over his crimes, and could face 15 years imprisonment for them.
Notorious hacker 'AnonymouSabu' has gained an additional six months of freedom before his sentencing trial begins, due to his willingness to cooperate with the government he previously fought against.
After a charity intended to help children was attacked by a hacker attempting to prove his mettle, Anonymous reacted, delivering their own brand of vigilante justice upon the person responsible.
TechRadar accounts have been compromised, according to an email sent directly from TechRadar's publisher, Nick Merritt. This is one of several sites to have been compromised recently.
Ryan Cleary and Jake Davis, two teenage members of Lulzsec, have plead guilty to hacking charges before a UK court, while two other accused members, including a minor, are denying any involvement.
After Twitter suffered a 'cascaded bug' yesterday the site was down for a considerable period of time. Hacking group UGNazi have stepped up and taken credit for the actions leading to the outage.
According to Lulzsec, 'all your base are belong to us.' Or at least, according to someone claiming to be Lulzsec - a new video on YouTube claims the group is planning a big come back data dump.
The owner of the Pastebin website says he plans to bring in more people to police the site after a number of messages from hacker groups have been published on Pastebin.
A cyber attack on the dating web site militarysingles.com has been claimed by a hacker group that calls itself LulzSec, a few weeks after the leader of that group assisted law enforcement teams.
Digital Playground, one of the most popular pornography sites on the web, was hacked today. Over 40,000 credit card numbers and 72,000 usernames and passwords were stolen.
Anonymous announces on Twitter that it has released the Norton AntiVirus 2006 source code with the world via The Pirate Bay, months after first claiming to have got their hands on it.
Anonymous brings down the Vatican website for several hours, citing numerous criticisms against the Roman Catholic Church. There may be more to come, as the group claims we "ain't seen nothing yet".
According to court documents that were made public Thursday, Sabu, who betrayed his fellow LulzSec hackers by working with the FBI, was a model informant who worked around the clock to help the feds.
Anonymous hijacks the website of a security software firm, leaving an open message for 'Sabu', the former leader of LulzSec, who was revealed to be working with the FBI against his former comrades.
Now that's actually kind of sad. Apparently the turncoat leader of LulzSec, Sabu, was charged with criminal impersonation last month after informing a police officer that he was an FBI agent named Boo
Sabu, the leader of LulzSec, has officially joined forces with his archenemy, the FBI, leading them to arrest other key members of the infamous antisec organization on Tuesday morning.
As 2011 comes to an end, we give our picks for the top 11 biggest stories in the tech industry in the past 12 months, featuring the preview launch of Windows 8, the launch of the iPhone 4S and more.
Pirate a movie? Insult someone online? Either of those could get you banned from using the internet under Britain's new Cyber Security Strategy. Probation is getting a makeover for the digital age.
In two separate incidents, alleged members of the LulzSec and Anonymous hacker groups have been arrested and charged with being involved in hack attacks on web sites earlier this summer.
Sony has admitted that some users are unable to access its Playstation Network online gaming service but so far there's no word on when full service will be restored.
A Turkish hacking group has claimed responsibility for hacking over a half dozen sites and has dubbed today, "World Hackers Day."
Two more men from the UK have been arrested in connection with cyber attacks allegedly conducted by the well known Anonymous and LulzSec hacker groups.