Tag: antisec

Apple IDs Stolen From Tech Company Not FBI

Apple IDs Stolen From Tech Company Not FBI

| September 11, 2012 | 3 Replies

Mike DiBattista/QMI Agency Sun News   Apple IDs Stolen From Tech Company Not FBI A small US tech company said the million Apple IDs released by hackers last week came from its servers, not an FBI laptop as the culprits claimed. Last week, AntiSec, a group associated with the notorious hacker collective Anonymous, claimed to […]

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Pastebin Makes Plans To Censor Hacker Pastes

Pastebin Makes Plans To Censor Hacker Pastes

| April 7, 2012 | 2 Replies

by Sir Cumv3nt [VirtualThreat] Pastebin is seeking additional staffing in order to monitor the site for pastes that contain ‘sensitive information’, similar to those that hackers often post to the site.  Anonymous, the online hactivist group, claims this move screams of censorship. Pastebin.com currently has over 200,000 registered users on the site and gets more than […]

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AntiSec Hackers Hit US Police Supplier

AntiSec Hackers Hit US Police Supplier

| March 11, 2012 | 1 Reply

The Nation   Hackers identifying themselves with the Antisec movement have attacked the site of a company that sells equipment to US law enforcers such as the police. A message posted over New York Ironwork’s homepage said it was a “tribute to Jeremy Hammond”. Mr Hammond has been accused of being involved in an attack […]

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Chicago Hacker Tied to Anonymous

Chicago Hacker Tied to Anonymous

| March 8, 2012 | 4 Replies

Chuck Sudo Chicagoist.com   Jeremy Hammond, the Bridgeport resident arrested yesterday in connection with the international investigation into hacktivist collectives Anonymous and LulzSec, is no stranger to being investigated by authorities for his computer skills or to being in prison.   According to the Sun-Times, Hammond’s rap sheet includes “a conviction for burning a 2016 Olympics […]

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Anonymous Hacks Combined Systems

Anonymous Hacks Combined Systems

| March 8, 2012 | Reply

VirtualThreat VirtualThreat.com   In a bold move the hacker activist group called Anonymous has rooted, defaced, and ultimately removed Combined Systems servers from the internet.  This pounding came on the same date as a well-known uprising in Bahrain.  Founded in 1981, Combined Systems, Inc. (CSI), is a U.S.-based firm that supports military forces and law […]

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Anonymous Plagues Authorities

Anonymous Plagues Authorities

| March 8, 2012 | Reply

Michael Hatamoto DailyTech   Hacker groups connected with Anonymous systematically pick off high-profile targets The collective hacker group Anonymous has continued its online assault against high profile targets ranging from companies to state and federal governments. In their most recent attacks, Anonymous bumped the CIA’s website offline for a short time, while also targeting people […]

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