Height: unknown. Weight: unknown. M.O.: has ability to move invisibly over great distances, speak multiple languages and destroy the civilized world as we know it.
Vasyl Kondrashov matches the FBI's definition of the 21st century's Public Enemy No. 1 -- except for one thing. This 28-year-old who feeds his wife and toddler by teaching people how to break into other people's computers doesn't think what he does for a living is a crime.
A live hacking competition that begins tomorrow in London is intended to publicise the UK's lackadaisical attitude towards security.
Computer hackers from around the world are being invited to break into a locked-down Web server for £35,000, in a competition launched for to publicise Britain's largest security
A teenage hacker arrested during an FBI investigation into an alleged $3m internet fraud
is due to be sentenced on Friday.
Last month Raphael Gray, 19, from west Wales, admitted gaining unlawful access to company websites and to dishonestly obtaining services from the internet.
Using a computer which he bought from Dixons, Gray hacked into the customer records
of corporate sites to prove they were insecure.
Hollywood will get a rude awakening later today when three mainstream celebrities find out that their official websites have been defaced by digital graffiti artists the Prime Suspectz.
The three sites in question - jenniferaniston.com, melgibson.com and denzelwashington.com - were defaced overnight, with their usual glossy, star-spangled pages replaced by a Prime Suspectz logo featuring the Brazilian flag.