Latest Hacktivism Stories
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.
A new operating system called “Anonymous-OS” has been released on the internet. The operating system bears the name of the now infamous “hacktivist” collective “Anonymous” and includes a number of hacking tools.
The notorious hacking group Anonymous took down several Vatican websites on Wednesday, calling the Catholic Church "corrupt."
A website belonging to antivirus software and Internet security firm Panda Security was targeted by members of the hacking collective Anonymous Tuesday in what various media outlets are calling retaliation for the arrest of five members of the Lulzsec group earlier this week.
Imperva, a data-protection firm, claims it was able to use Anonymous' failed Vatican attack to unveil the structure behind the hacktivist group's methods.
Hacktivist group Anonymous claimed it has broken into websites of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
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