The media chums up with LulzSec hackers once again

It’s incomprehensible to me, but the media has had a long love affair with hackers.

This week it’s the turn of Sabu, a founding member of LulzSec, who has the press fawning over him…

Can anyone guess what the Super Bowl’s super-secure WiFi password is?

The team behind the Super Bowl takes security really seriously.

And were proud to show off just how serious they were about security, when CBS’s camera crew came around…

NSA claims it thwarted BIOS malware plot that could have destroyed the US economy. Of course, it’s nonsense

The CBS show “60 Minutes” airs a ridiculous report about the goings-on at the NSA, and broadcasts questionable claims about a plot to wipe the BIOS chips of US computers.

Twitter plays cat-and-mouse with hackers of the Syrian Electronic Army

Twitter’s security team appears to be playing whack-a-mole with a group of hackers who have made a name for themselves hijacking the accounts of high profile media organisations.