Three UK LulzSec members plead guilty to Sony, Nintendo, CIA hacks

Three British members of the LulzSec "hacktivist" hacking circle, responsible for cyber attacks on the Sony, Nintendo, the NHS, CIA, 20th Century Fox and News International, have pleaded guilty to computer hacking charges. Ryan Akroyd, 26, admitted to the Southwark…

Lulzsec's Ryan Cleary pleads guilty to hacking charge

Ryan Cleary, the Brit charged with attacking a number of high profile web targets last year, has pleaded guilty to hacking charges and has admitted to being a member of Lulzsec. Cleary, first arrested almost a year to the day…

Hacking the hackers: LulzSec strike at News International

LulzSec, the computer hacking collective thought to have disbanded after hitting a string of high profile targets including Sony, have returned to strike at News International in protest towards the recent phone hacking scandal. Targetting The Sun newspaper's website, the…

Apple server hack throws up username and password info

AnonymousIRC, the Twitter account used by formers members of the LulzSec and Anonymous hacking groups, have claimed that an Apple server's security measures have been breached, revealing sensitive username and password information as part of the AntiSec hacking campaign. A…

Amy Winehouse's website attacked by "SwagSec" hackers

Amy Winehouse has become the latest high-profile target for hackers. A collective known as Swagger Security or "SwagSec" (and not to be confused with LulZSec, who recently disbanded) gained control of www.amywinehouse.com long enough to deface the stars page. Though…

LulzSec affiliate Ryan Cleary bailed and banned from the net

Ryan Cleary, the British teenager arrested last week in connection to the LulzSec hacking collective who ran riot over the internet during the past few weeks before swiftly disbanding, has been granted bail provided he stays offline. the internet ban…