Anonymous has apparently hacked the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics and posted 1.7GB of data belonging to the agency on The Pirate Bay. This is a Monday Mail Mayhem release.
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The Syrian government has been found to be using at least one type of remote access tool (RAT) to spy on activists. The attack in question came in the form of a Skype chat and a malicious link.
The Utah Department of Health hack has grown once again, and the FBI is now involved. The latest total is 780,000 victims: 500,000 records and 280,000 Social Security numbers (SSNs) stolen.
After Anonymous hacked hundreds of Chinese government, company, and other general websites, China has acknowledged the attacks. Meanwhile, Anonymous China has not stopped its onslaught.
A Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) executive says "we're not winning" the hacker war. He warns that FBI's current model to fight hackers infiltrating governments and companies is "unsustainable."
Cybersecurity advisor Richard Clarke is warning the U.S. that its major companies are being regularly infiltrated by Chinese hackers employed by the Chinese government to steal R&D.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is warning Congress that terrorist groups may employ hackers to attack the United States. Separately, Anonymous was brought up by the FBI.
Anonymous has retaliated against the arrests of five LulzSec members. The hacktivist group has defaced multiple Panda Security domains as well as stolen the e-mail credentials of 114 employees.
The FBI is looking to monitor all public information posted on social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace. The organization is asking for an app to do all the scraping automatically.
Sanford Wallace has surrendered to the FBI after being indicted by a federal grand jury in San Jose for spamming Facebook.