Hackers claim to have stolen a database of 12,367,232 Apple device IDs, and personal information such as full names, cellphone numbers, addresses and zipcodes belonging to iPhone and iPad users.
And where do they claim they stole this information? From an FBI laptop… via a Java vulnerability.
Anonymous hacktivists blasted the Formula 1 website off the net, with a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Anonymous hacktivists have launched a distributed denial-of-service attack against the British government’s Home Office website, preventing legitimate users from visiting the site by flooding it with unwanted internet traffic.
Ryan Cleary breached his bail agreement by using the internet..
.. to contact LulzSec leader Sabu (who just happened to be secretly working for the FBI).
Proceed with caution if you’re thinking of downloading and installing Anonymous OS, the purported new operating system from the Anonymous collective.
If your movement has no defined leadership, no structure, no way for people to officially become members.. how can it define what’s done in the name of the movement and what isn’t?
Anonymity can have its drawbacks.
A hacker linked with the Anonymous movement has admitted to breaking into the website of Britain’s biggest abortion service, and stealing the records of approximately 10,000 people.
Police have arrested a 27-year-old man, suspected of defacing and hacking into the website of Britain’s largest single abortion provider.
How careful are you with your conference call details?
Can you be sure that no-one is listening in to your private business discussions?
An anti-virus firm blogs about LulzSec and Sabu, and finds its webpages defaced by a vengeful Anonymous.
Infamous hacker Sabu is said to have betrayed his comrades in LulzSec and Anonymous, and have been working for the FBI for months.
Hector Xavier Monsegur has pleaded guilty to internet attacks, as others arrested on both sides of the Atlantic.
Police say that they have arrested four people, in connection with a series of Anonymous internet attacks against Spanish websites.
The CIA’s website was brought down for some hours last night by what appears to have been an internet distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Anonymous is proud of saying that an idea can’t be arrested or killed, but it seems like the Boston Police Department has thought of one way of fighting back: sarcasm.
Symantec has confirmed that source code of an old version of pcAnywhere has been published on the net by hackers, as claims are made that the data thieves tried to extort $50,000 from the security firm.
A recording of a confidential conference call between the FBI and UK law enforcement officers at the Metropolitan Police has been released by Anonymous on the internet.