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The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation used a leaky Captcha prompt to take down the servers of the Silk Road anonymous marketplace, according to claims in court documents filed late last week.
Anonymous published a file revealing significant access to the Federal Reserve's internal files and servers; amid accusations of inaction and non-transparency the FBI has opened a criminal investigation into Sunday's bank hack.
India's Department of Telecommunications prevent foreigners from getting SIM cards that last more than three months, and Microsoft's alliance with Intel may be on a decline.
Melbourne IT might have been an "unintended victim" of Anonymous' decision to hack AAPT servers hosted by Melbourne IT, but its customers are staying with it, according to the firm's managing director.
Hacktivist group thriving under collective resources and leadership, which security watchers say will prolong their threat and caution organizations to factor it in their risk assessments.
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Anonymous Syria, Antisec and Peoples Liberation Front breached domains and servers in Syria since February, downloaded data over weeks and handed them to WikiLeaks.
Screenshot claims Reliance Communication's website filtering and blocking server has been hacked by Anonymous to block other websites.
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Despite popular reports, the hacktivist group Anonymous is not hacking, killing, or taking down the Internet today via DDoS attacks on root DNS servers. The Internet will remain completely functional.
The Anonymous hacktivist movement is planning to launch a distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) on the Internet's root DNS servers, using a Reflective DNS Amplification DDoS tool.
Anonymous members claim to have hacked Nato servers, and to have gained access to restricted documents.The hacker group claimed to have approximately one gigabyte of Nato data in a Twitter post on Thursday.
Sony's problems are far from over, but at least PlayStation Network subscribers finally getting some of the in-depth answers they have been waiting for.
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