Topic: Arizona Department of Public Safety
Hackers are usually shadowy, secretive figures. So why are Anonymous and LulzSec dancing in the lime light, painting themselves as charismatic outlaws?
08/01/2011 04:37 pm
This week's arrests of 21 members of Anonymous in the US and Europe show that, given time and resources, cybersleuths can track down hackers. But doubts remain over whether authorites caught any big fish.
07/21/2011 10:14 am
Phoenix dust storm: The dust wall was about 3,000 feet high, said Austin Jamison, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Visibility was down to less than a quarter-mile in some areas.
07/19/2011 12:58 pm
Anonymous has again embarked on a reign of cyber-destruction – this time targeting several public safety sites in the state of Arizona.
07/02/2011 12:20 am
Those behind LulzSec – which forced the CIA’s public website down and hacked Sony, among other things – are among the most wanted cyber-criminals.
06/27/2011 06:53 pm
LulzSec has gained renown on the Internet for hacking the websites of governments and major companies with grin. But their hack of computers in Arizona points to political motivations.
06/24/2011 06:11 pm
Targeting lairs for hiding illegal immigrants, law-enforcement officials claim strides in breaking up human-smuggling rings.
03/11/2008 01:00 am
'Radar' is so useful as a metaphor; what did people do before World War II?
01/11/2008 12:00 am