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Just days after “declaring war” on al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and other terror groups in retaliation for the attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, hackers claiming to be affiliated with the Anonymous collective have reportedly taken down a jihadist website.
Hacking group Anonymous has struck again. This time it's personal accounts, though.
The same team of hackers that claimed credit for an attack on Xbox Live last week has now taken down Sony’s PlayStation Network (PSN), and they are threatening to continue targeting online game services until Christmas.
Sony’s PlayStation Network was back online Monday following a weekend cyberattack that affected its servers, as well as those of fellow video game companies Blizzard Entertainment, Riot Games and Grinding Gear Games.
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US prosecutors are seeking leniency for Hector Xavier Monsegur, claiming in a court filing that the former head of the LulzSec hacking group has been an “extremely valuable and productive” informant for federal law enforcement officials.
A unit of the UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Great Britain's equivalent of the NSA, was discovered to have conducted a cyberattack against the hacker collectives Anonymous and LulzSec, according to documents revealed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden
Members of the hacking collective known as Anonymous have been secretly accessing US government agency computers for almost a year, according to an FBI memo.
Singapore’s government is on high alert today following a cyber-attack on its main paper. A hacker claiming to be with the collective Anonymous is taking responsibility for hacking the blog of a Straits Times journalist in protest of new censorship laws that may be passed in the nation soon.
A newly published report from the cyber-security company Symantec said the hacker group known as Hidden Lynx is based out of China. However, unlike previous similar reports, the latest analysis did not tie cyber-attacks specifically to the Chinese government.
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