Hacktivist group Anonymous has launched an online assault on anti-virus company Panda Security after Tuesday’s arrest of members of the hackers’ LulzSec collective. The group also raided the Vatican website in protest against the Catholic Church.
The hacker community has risen to the challenge of targeting the single most evil corporation in the world -- a corporation responsible for countless crimes against humanity and the attempted overthrow of global agriculture.
WikiLeaks, the whistle-blower website, has again published a massive trove of documents, this time from a private intelligence firm known as Stratfor.
Interpol's website appears to have been the victim of a cyber-attack after the international police agency announced the arrests of 25 suspected members of the hacking activist group Anonymous in Europe and South America.
Interpol has arrested 25 suspected members of the Anonymous hackers group in a swoop covering more than a dozen cities in Europe and Latin America, the global police body said Tuesday.
Police in four nations arrested 25 alleged participants in the Anonymous collective Tuesday for attacks against websites in Columbia and Chile dating from the middle of 2011.
In an unprecedented collaboration between Anonymous and WikiLeaks, the secret spilling site began leaking Sunday night portions of a massive trove of e-mails from the private intelligence firm Stratfor that Anonymous obtained by hacking the company
The international private prison corporation, GEO Group, Inc., was targeted today by the hacktivist group Anonymous.
Gen. Keith Alexander, the director of the National Security Agency, has warned administration officials that Anonymous — the loosely organized, computer-hacking collective — could have the ability to knock out power stations within the next few years
Opponents of a controversial global copyright treaty counted three victories Friday as American government websites were hacked
Anonymous, a group not known for discipline, is giving itself a weekly deadline, a new attack every Friday.
Early Friday, several websites owned and operated by the US government were defaced as part of latest protest against online censorship. Anonymous, the elusive hacktivist group known for masterminding similar assaults, is taking credit.
Anonymous has ended a rather busy week with a hack of the CIA website, which is currently offline. "CIA TANGO DOWN: https://www.cia.gov/ #Anonymous," the @YourAnonNews feed tweeted around 3:30pm Eastern.
Early Friday, the FBI said that hackers from the well-known collective had intercepted and released a confidential conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard.
On Tuesday, Anonymous hacked and defaced the website of a white supremacist network American Third Position (A3P), documents show that “Ron Paul has regularly met with many A3P members, even participating in conference calls with their board."
WASHINGTON - Hacker group Anonymous released a recording on Friday of what appears to be a conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard held last month to discuss operations against the group.
... on how to deal with hackers - A conference call between Scotland Yard and the FBI has been intercepted and published by a member of the computer hacking group Anonymous.
In a rampage following the U.S. government’s takedown of file-sharing site MegaUpload, the hacktivist group Anonymous not only knocked the CBS.com website offline on Sunday, but deleted all its files.
After Wednesday’s unprecedented unified online yelp against SOPA and PIPA, Thursday saw a new milestone: the first direct and public activist malware from Anonymous.
Anonymous has sure been quiet lately, but today's federal bust of Megaupload riled 'em up good: a retaliatory strike against DoJ.gov (and plenty of other foes) leaving them completely dead.
In protest of a pending anti-piracy measure currently before the U.S. Congress, the hacker group “Anonymous” has posted personal information about two of the most powerful men in media
Hacker collective Anonymous has dumped names, email addresses and passwords for 860,000 Stratfor users. Anonymous also exposed credit card numbers for 75,000 paying customers of Stratfor, who provide reports on security and threats to government and
“Anonymous” claimed responsibility for stealing confidential data from the website of a military gear merchant whose customers are thought to be mostly former soldiers and members of law enforcement.
“We have watched as you have violated the very laws that guarantee your power. We have witnessed your fall from Representatives of the People to Representatives of Greed and Corruption. We’ve been watching you systematically destroy the rights of you
There is a nasty virus quickly spreading across the social network that floods accounts with gruesome images of beastiality, hardcore pornography, self-mutilation and a variety of other very-NSFW pictures,
Fresh off confrontations with Mexican drug gangs and Israeli security forces, the Anonymous hacktivist collective seems to have found a new target: Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
Shortly after the release, announced in a video published in Spanish and English, some members of the group were claiming that “OpCartel” had been canceled because it was simply too dangerous. Others insisted the operation would continue, calling it
A Twitter message purporting to come from the Anonymous hacker collective says the group's planning to destroy Facebook on November 5th.
Anonymous took over the Syrian Ministry of Defense's website on 8/7/2011 and displayed this message to the people of Syria.
The bureau is working from list, provided by PayPal, of the 1,000 internet IP addresses responsible for the most protest traffic during Anonymous’ DDoS attacks against PayPal last December.