Thousands of people on Twitter complaining that they can not log into their accounts anymore. Is it a technical malfunction or something more serious? Eric Weaver tried logging in to his Twitter account this summer, but he was locked out. A hacker had broken into his account and changed the password. But it didn’t end […]
If the hacker attacks that hit Russia’s top blogging service, LiveJournal, this week are anything to go by, the unwritten rules of cyber warfare no longer apply.
Worms, spam, viruses and hackers — they’re not just for your desktop or laptop anymore.
It’s the world’s longest poem over 1.8 million words, containing over one hundred thousand verses and approximately ten times the length of the Iliad and Odyssey combined. And now India’s celebrated epic the Mahabharata, the writing of which began around 300 B.
Hackers slowed Twitter to a standstill early on Aug. 6, frustrating millions of users.
Remember Conficker? The hugely talked-about computer worm seemed poised to wreak havoc on the world’s machines on April Fool’s Day.
The British tabloid News of the World is no stranger to sleaze. It regularly publishes articles accusing the country’s leading figures of affairs, fraud and other wrongdoing.