They showed their hand pretty clumsily.
Their exact targets aren't known.
Employees hand over their passwords pretty easily.
This time Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein.
The hacker strikes again.
It did not mince words.
But his actual motivations are murky.
Twenty dollars for $50-worth of merchandise is too good to be true.
The FBI searched his home in October.
Twitter machine Matthew Keys has gone silent.
The Times has an address for the hackers it thinks attacked the paper.
And it might be costing us tens of billions of dollars.
They're easy to hack.
Take that, New York Times.
They're still mad about that Wen Jiabao expose.
The memorial followed a denial-of-service attack.
"I don't know what else to say except I'm sorry. This will never happen again."