Latest Anonymous Stories
Websites belonging to India's Supreme Court, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, the Department of Telecommunications, and both of the nation's political parties were targets of an Anonymous-led hacking attack.
The hackers are at it again, this time aiming their DDoS cannons at popular torrent site Pirate Bay. The DDoS (Or Distributed Denial of Service) attack against the torrent site lasted at least 24 hours before the site was knocked out of commission.
After claiming responsibility for attacks on the Home Office and 10 Downing Street websites overnight Saturday into Sunday, members of the Anonymous hacking collective have vowed that they will target different British Government websites for disruption each weekend.
The hacktivist group known as Anonymous has reportedly defaced hundreds of Chinese government websites, alerting visitors and citizens of the Internet filter in the country.
After years of use and abuse by hackers, Pastebin is taking a stand by vowing to purge improper use from its servers.
Verizon unveiled on Thursday that hacktivist groups like Anonymous stole about 100 million Internet user's data in 2011.
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A 27-year-old British man who says he is affiliated with the international cybercrime group Anonymous has pleaded guilty to hacking into, defacing, and stealing records from the website of an abortion provider.
In continued retaliation for FBI arrests of five LulzSec members earlier this week, hackers affiliated with Anonymous have attacked a law enforcement website and released additional source code previously obtained from the publishers of the Norton Antivirus line of products.
The notorious hacking group Anonymous took down several Vatican websites on Wednesday, calling the Catholic Church "corrupt."
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.