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Hacker Pleads Guilty in San Diego Federal Court to Worldwide Computer Attacks

Austin Thompson, 23, admitted that he committed the series of denial- of-service hacking attacks in 2013 and 2014, mostly going after online gaming companies and servers, including then-San Diego-base... read more

Hacker pleads guilty to costly cyber attacks on computer servers

SAN DIEGO — A Utah man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court ... computer hacks that cost his victims at least $95,000 in cumulative damages. Austin Thompson, 23, admitted that he committed the seri... read more

Hacker Who DDoSed Sony, EA and Steam Gaming Servers Pleads Guilty

A 23-year-old hacker from Utah pleaded guilty this week to launching a series of denial-of-service (DoS) attacks against ... pleaded guilty in federal court in San Diego on Thursday and was charged wi... read more

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FBI: Chinese national supplied rare, malicious malware

A Chinese national has been charged in California with distributing a type of computer malware that has been linked to attacks on U.S. businesses ... Arizona, San Diego and Los Angeles from 2012 to 20... read more

Hacker Who Stole Nude Celebrity Pics & Put Them Online Pleads Guilty To Felony

A hacker who stole nude photos from celebrities’ computers and then posted them online pleaded guilty today to a felony violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. He faces up to five years in fede... read more

Krebs on Security

A federal judge has denied bail for Ross Ulbricht ... Nicholas Weaver, a researcher at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) and at University of California San Diego, believes redandwhi... read more

Hackers: When Drivers Aren’t In Control

Savage, a professor in the computer science and engineering ... In an earlier interview with The San Diego Union-Tribune, he said he doesn't see much motivation for such cyber attacks, since they don' ... read more

Uneasy Targets: How Justifying the Killing of Terrorists Has Become a Major Policy Debate

He went to Colorado State University, studying to be an engineer, and later received a master’s degree from San Diego State University ... worked on cases before the International Court of Justice, U. ... read more

Ex-federal border official pleads guilty to bribery scheme

and Tecate ports of entry admitted in federal court today to a nearly decade-long conspiracy to solicit bribes and steal federal property. Timothy Francis Cashman, 54, pleaded guilty in San Diego to u... read more

Hackers busted after one becomes FBI informant

The FBI said it captured the legendary hacker known as “Sabu ... online without cloaking his IP address, or computer identity — and someone tipped off the FBI. Soon after his arrest, he pleaded guilty ... read more

Ohio Man Charged With Putting Spyware On Thousands of Computers

Federal prosecutors say Phillip ... Wardle says the hacker had access to a 24/7 surveillance device. "He could detect when the user is not sitting in front of their computer," Wardle says. "Then (he c... read more

Federal judge rules NSA phone surveillance legal (Update)

(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File) The heated debate over the National Security Agency's bulk collection of millions of Americans' telephone records fell squarely into the courts when a federal ... 11 ... read more

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