Infamous hacker group Anonymous launched Monday its own social network after being rejected by Google's freshly-launched online community. "Today we welcome you to begin anew," the hacker alliance said at the website anonplus.com, which it describ
The hackers’ collective Anonymous may have obtained “literally explosive” information concerning Bohemian Grove, an annual gathering of power brokers from the US and Europe set to meet this week in California...
The hackers’ collective Anonymous may have obtained “literally explosive” information concerning Bohemian Grove, an annual gathering of power brokers from the US and Europe set to meet this week in California, which many see as a nefarious...
LulzSec may have been in it for the laughs, but Anonymous has always claimed that its hack attacks and DDoS bombs are designed to push forward a liberating social agenda. The political party's goals line up with what Anon's been asking for all alon
The Internet vigilante hacker group Anonymous claimed to have broken into an Apple Inc server and published a small number of usernames and passwords for one of the U.S. technology company's websites.
“Operation Orlando” will take down a different Orlando-related website every day with distributed denial of service attacks. The attacks are reportedly retaliation for Orlando’s decision to arrest members of a non-profit group for feeding the homeles
LulzSec and Anonymous have joined forces, and "any government or agency" is the target. LulzSec and Anonymous have teamed up. Their target? The government. Any government, really
Turkish police have detained 32 suspected members of the online cyberactivism collective Anonymous, over possible links to attacks on a number of websites. The arrests were in response to a complaint from Turkey's Directorate of Telecommunications
Blames bankers for impoverishing millions
I’ve been scouring the internet for the last year and a half looking for a truly free banking system without any success.
The most well-known hacker group, Anonymous, uploaded a video message to youtube yesterday calling for Fed Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to resign, among other things. It's embedded below.
Spanish police said Friday they had nabbed three hackers from vigilante group Anonymous for online attacks on Sony PlayStation and the governments of Egypt, Libya and Iran among others.
So goes the cartoon-villain tagline of Anonymous, the amorphous collective entity that started as an ad-hoc identity for Internet trolls and pranksters and, in the last year especially, has become an increasingly politicized engine of online agitatio
In the course of its investigation into the PlayStation Network security breach, Sony discovered a file that makes a clear reference to the “Anonymous” hacking group.
The decentralized community of hacktivists known as "Anonymous" knocked the website of the UK Copyright Service offline. The copyright protection agency, known internationally as Copyright Witness, was targeted by a distributed denial of service (DDo
Emails obtained by someone claiming to be former bank employee appear to show improper sub-prime lending practices The emails appear to show employees of Balboa Insurance, a Bank of America unit, discussing the removal of details from documents in
Marion County's Superior Court Judge S.K. Reid set what could become a precedent by being the first Indiana judge to rule on whether or not media outlets are forced to disclose names and/or other personal information of anonymous posters on their we
Three data intelligence firms concocted a plan to attack WikiLeaks on behalf of Bank of America, according to a published report. The three firms, Palantir Technologies, HBGary Federal and Berico Technologies, planned to "disrupt" Salon.com column
The online group of hacktivists known as "Anonymous" infiltrated the network and websites of an Internet security company after learning the company planned to sell information about the group to the FBI. The website of Washington DC-based HBGary
Unleashing Weapons of Mass Affection on Bill O'Reilly. Oh, yah!
A teenager was arrested yesterday on suspicion of being involved with the Anonymous’ Operation Payback. The operation orchestrated DDoS attacks on anti-piracy targets in the last months, and more recently against those who obstructed Wikileaks’ work.
Prepaid cellphones have long been used by unsavory criminal types, which is understandable! They're anonymous, inexpensive, and did I mention anonymous already? But now that we know the alleged Times Square bomber had one, regulators have gotten out
Police in Boston--and Tucson AZ--are boosting a new program that allows anonymous tipsters to text the police with info on anyone they think is "suspicious". The report leaves a lot of questions unasked--and unanswered.
Recently DBKP wrote of the Cyber-War being waged between the mysterious group known as Anonymous and the Church of Scientology. While looking for Scientology's take on the matter, we came across the remnants of one of their battles--on YouTube.
While we go about our daily lives--surfing the web, using it to pay bills or chatting with friends and family--little do we realize that just beneath the digital surface of the worldwide web, a war is being waged: the first Cyber World War, between a
The hacker group known only as "Anonymous" issue their 3rd video warning to Scientology. The hackers vowed last week to destroy Scientology and US and UK websites began crashing over the weekend.
On November 17th, 2005, an anonymous Wikipedia user deleted 15 paragraphs from an article on e-voting machine-vendor Diebold, excising an entire section critical of the company's machines. While anonymous, such changes typically leave behind digi
anonymous New Jersey state troopers have posted a number of anonymous threats to issue an avalanche of tickets against the public on their union's Web site, according to the CourierPost Online (NJ).
"It is the policy of the Washington Post not to publish anonymous pieces," the newspaper declares on page A17 of today's edition. "In this case, an exception has been made because the author -- who would have preferred to be named
Defense attorneys in 3 cases have argued that allowing US prosecutors to keep the witnesses' identities secret — as demanded by Israel to protect its agents — violates their clients' constitutional right to confront their accusers.