A member of London's 2012 Olympic committee has claimed the event's web site will be "very hard" to hack, with DDoS attacks unlikely to succeed. Which sounds like Organised Hacking has just made it in as an Olympic event. [MacWorld]
We knew hacking road signs was easy, but they changed the control boxes in the latest models and nobody knew to handle those — until now. Here's the manual, so you can warn people of zombies and raptors ahead.
The most prominent member of hacking gang LulzSec has spoken on a number of issues, claiming to be holding vast quantities of unpublished data. But life's not great on a personal level -- he's "past the point of no return".
From today on, every link you click in Facebook will be scanned, in realtime, for viruses, phishing, botnets, and other nefarious internet badness. This is the best news ever for your hapless friends that are constantly duped.