Entries in 'hackers' (23)
Zero tolerance seems to be very much the flavour of the month.
Those who decide to cheat at Overwatch can expect the very harshest retaliation from developer Blizzard.
Blizzard has suffered an attack on its servers that halted access to many of its games.
Concerns about Apple’s iOS security remain with the news that the tech giant still doesn’t know how US authorities successfully hacked into an iPhone.
Apple boss Tim Cook has received the backing of Google CEO Sundar Pichai in his security row with the US government.
Both officials speaking for the White House and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump have lashed out at Apple over its refusal to comply with FBI security requests.
iPhone manufacturer Apple has publicly stated that it will not abide by an FBI request to build in a way for authorities to bypass iOS security.
Developer Bohemia Interactive has said that a recent forum hack has led to a security breach of user data.
Hacking group fail0verflow has taken the biggest stride yet toward a full-scale hack of Sony’s PS4.
Hacking collective Lizard Squad has targeted the website of the UK’s National Crime Agency in retaliation to a number of arrests made last week.
Ubisoft platformer Cubic Ninja has again found itself at the centre of a 3DS hacking controversy.
Streaming video giant Twitch is forcing users to change their passwords after what was described as “unauthorised access to some Twitch user account information”.
A teenager from Merseyside has been arrested in connection to DDoS attacks on PSN and Xbox Live.
The boss of PlayStation owner Sony has used the CES 2015 press to slam the hackers who attacked Sony Pictures last year.
The game at the centre of a 3DS hacking method has been pulled from sale.
Four hackers have been convicted in the US having admitted to the theft of unreleased game code from Xbox Live.
Leading online retailer eBay has urged its users to change their passwords after its systems were attacked by hackers.
Assorted hackers have claimed responsibility for a string of attacks that have disrupted a number of high-profile gaming services.
Riot Games has confirmed the League of Legends servers have been hacked, exposing the account data of some of its North American customers.
Crysis developer Crytek has warned users that their personal details may have been accessed in a website breach.
Apple’s developer centre is currently offline and a message warns visitors that an attempt was made to access secure personal information of registered developers.
Nintendo has confirmed a breach of security on the Japanese version of the Club Nintendo website.