In the quest to offload their risk onto others, hackers in Turkey have come up with a novel way to incentivise others to do the dirty work for them.
Researchers at Symantec's Norton division found that Turkey has the largest number of "bot" infections with one bot for every 1,139 internet users.
Austrian police are investigating a failed cyber-attack on the Vienna airport and the authenticity of a claim of responsibility from a Turkish political group.
WikiLeaks' practice of delivering unfiltered information to its readers backfired after a researcher discovered that its collection of leaked Turkish government emails contained over 300 active links to malware files hosted on the controversial site.
A tranche of data from a Turkish natural gas company, Izmir Gaz, has been leaked online by the hacktivist group Anonymous in a seemingly convoluted attempt to get at the Turkish government
WhatsApp messages of Turkish military officers involved in last week's failed coup have been published by state-run media outlets, prompting questions as to how exactly the Turkish government got in to the encrypted messaging app.
Turkey has taken the no.1 spot as most DDoSed country in the last quarter of 2015, according to a report from NexusGuard
Trend Micro has identified what it believes to be the APT group Pawn Storm's fingerprints all over recent attacks on Turkish government departments.
In a cyber-war involving Turkey against Russia, Turkish hacktivists have destroyed the Russian Embassy's website in Israel.
A Turkish criminal court sentenced a 26-year-old Onur Kopcak to 135 years in prison on Sunday for stealing 11 consumers' credit card information and selling it on the black market.
Anonymous has admitted responsibility for a huge 40Gbps DDoS attack that took place last week on Turkish DNS Servers