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The White House said Monday it couldn't confirm reports that President Obama's Twitter feed has been hacked by a group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army.
A hacker group linked to the Syrian government was "highly effective" in conducting cyberattacks against social media over the past several months, according to an FBI advisory.
Hackers claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous launched a widespread cyber attack on Israeli citizens, government institutions, and corporations on Wednesday, according to Internet chatter and postings from the self-described hackers.
Computer hackers working in support of Syrian President Bashar Assad broke into the website of the U.S. Marine Corps and left a message aimed at discouraging U.S. entry into the two-plus year conflict on the side of the rebels: President Obama is needlessly endangering your life.
Pro-regime Syrian hacker brigade, the Syrian Electronic Army, which has successfully attacked Western media companies, Friday warned of more cyberattacks if U.S. officials go ahead with expected military action against Damascus.
Security specialists are exposing the identifies of anonymous leaders of the pro-Syrian computer hacker brigade, the Syrian Electronic Army, who turn out to be teenagers and young adults with more conviction than expertise.
A group called the "Syrian Electronic Army" is taking responsible for attacking the website of The New York Times, leaving readers unable to access any online content.
Syria and its ally Iran have been building cyberattack capabilities for years and soon might have a chance to use their skills in a hot war for the first time.
An Israeli security expert says Syrian hackers tried to break into the computers of the water system of the city of Haifa.