They displayed distorted information about the East Sea and insult Vietnam and the Philippines, an official said
The cache was "a fantastic coup" in the fight against Islamic State.
An anonymous Twitter user claiming to be affiliated with the hacking group Anonymous took responsibility for the website crashes
Hackers' release had customer information that included U.S. government officials, British civil servants and high-level executives at European...
Several tech websites reported that more than 15,000 email addresses were government and military ones.
9.7 gigabytes of data was posted, and appeared to include member account and credit card details.
They have threatened to release nude photos and sexual fantasies of the site's clients unless it is shut down.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused China on Saturday of stealing commercial secrets
"You have to kind of salute the Chinese for what they did," given the difficulty of the intrusion.
U.S. officials have said they suspect China, but the administration has not yet publicly accused Beijing.
The Obama administration said it had ordered federal agencies to take extra steps to protect U.S. government computer systems.
U.S. officials have said on condition of anonymity they believe the hackers are based in China, but Washington has not...
U.S. officials have said that perimeter-based defenses, even backed by the National Security Agency’s own corps of hackers,...