Nasa and the U.S. military are among high-profile victims of a new group of hackers, calling themselves 'The Unknowns'. The group, who professes to use its hacking abilities as a force of good, contacted a range of security-conscious firms and revealed a list of passwords and sensitive documents that they had plundered.It is unclear whether the companies affected even knew that their security systems had been bypassed.
Twellow, the ‘yellow pages for Twitter‘, has extended its usefulness with the ability to create your own biography entry of up to 2,000 characters. As well as being able to claim your twitter profile, and classify yourself in up to ... Read Post
Over the weekend, Gawker Media was hacked, providing an encrypted password list (among other things) to the hackers. A group calling themselves Gnosis has taken credit for the hack and released a package full of server information, ... Read Post