Australia's leading source of security and threat news
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Interview: Former Anonymous member turns his talents toward SMB security
Adam Bennett discusses his Anonymous origins, the state of cyber threats in Australia, and what his new company Red Piranha is all about.
Can you ever be truly anonymous online?
"Privacy issues have taken another shape completely over the past year."
Hacktivists: Good guys or bad guys?
“One citizen's hacktivist is another’s cyber terrorist."
Opinion: How the Paris attacks won the internet
The problem is that mainstream media dictates what we care about. We are all suckers. I take it the Ebola crisis is over now?
Anonymous threatens cyber-revenge after Paris terror attack
"We will track down and close all accounts on social networks related to terrorists to avenge those who were killed."
Facebook jumps on the anonymity bandwagon with new Rooms app
Rooms is all about building identity, but outside of Facebook.
Aussie police make double 'Anonymous' arrests...
Australian Federal Police will allege in court that the two men claimed to be members of the online issue motivated group 'Anonymous'.
Slack IT approach risks Kiwi companies
Laissez-fare approach to wireless IT networks exposes Kiwis to cyber criminals, industrial espionage and ‘hacktivists’...
NZ ministers added to hit list for global hacker to attack
You Protested. Your Government did not listen. We have gathered intelligence on those responsible: John Phillip Key, Peter Dunne, Bill English…
GCSB fights back over global hacking threat
Following Anonymous' threatening video aimed at the New Zealand government, GCSB has hit back...
Global hacker fires warnings at NZ govt
To the government of New Zealand: you have our full attention and we are watching your every move. Consider yourself warned.
Sony clarifies late notification of PSN intrusion
With PSN users feeling miffed that it took Sony so long to notify them of their compromised information due to an alleged intrusion, one of Sony's head honchos offers an explanation.
Sony: PSN user info compromised
Sony breaks the silence on the PlayStation Network outage, hoping to have some services restored within the week. But a question mark hovers over the safety of the personal information of PSN users.