Entries in 'hackers' (65)
Three of gaming’s biggest companies have withdrawn support for America’s Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
Hacking has been one of the hottest stories of the year. From Wikileaks uncovering Government documents, to News of the World journalists breaking into the phones of celebrities, the story of ...
No personal information was accessed following the recent security breach of Square Enix member servers in Japan and North America.
The North American and Japanese versions of the Square Enix Members websites have been taken offline following a suspected security breach.
The makers of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 have moved to ban more than 1,600 players for using known exploits to cheat in the military first person shooter.
Valve’s Steam forums are currently offline, and users have accused a hacking group of being responsible.
Just a few months ago it was the bane of many publishers’ existence, but now hacking collective Anonymous has set out on morally positive venture.
Next Monday will be, in the words of a suitably anonymous video released by hacking group Anonymous, “a day that will never, ever be forgotten”.
A number of websites have been hacked and defaced by a Turkish hacking group TurkGuvenligi, describing the 4th of September as 'World Hackers Day'.
From Nintendo to Bethesda and BioWare to Epic, LulzSec hit some of the biggest names in our industry.
Anonymous, the hacking group that started off the wave of cyber terror that has dogged the headlines this year, has signalled its intentions to pick up from where the abandoned ...
Having terrorised both the games industry and much of the wider world with its campaign of cyber attacks over recent weeks, LulzSec has now itself become the target of the ...
Sony's war on PS3 hacking looks close to be claiming its first scalp following the admission from Alexander Egorenkov that he expects to face a jail term.
Two further games companies have become embroiled in the hacking epidemic.
Epic Games’ design director Cliff Bleszinski has encouraged the games industry to embrace the hacking community.
Police investigating April's PSN security breach have made three arrests in Spain.
Citibank has admitted to suffering a data breach that allowed hackers to view the names, account numbers and contact details of around 200,000 of its customers.
Today marks the long-awaited return of the PlayStation Store, but one hacker has said that the network will remain unsafe until Sony hires hackers directly to test its security.
"Hey Sony, you know we're making off with a bunch of your internal stuff right now and you haven't even noticed? Slow and steady, guys."
Sony has confirmed reports of a security breach on some of its Greek Sony Music Entertainment sites.
Publisher Square Enix has confirmed that a number of its websites have been infiltrated by a group of unnamed hackers.
With PSN seemingly on the verge of a return to service, worrying rumours have emerged online claiming that Sony is being targeted for a third PSN attack this weekend.