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On June 15th, 2012, the Japanese government finally succeeded in arresting the last remaining fugitive of the 1995 Tokyo sarin gas attack. Naturally, this was a major news event in Japan, and it dominated the headlines and major news outlets for several days.
Internet and mobile phone companies are preparing to install "black boxes" to monitor all internet and phone traffic to and from the UK, and decode encrypted messages including bank transactions.
Cyberwarzone has watched #opJapan from the start and has seen it evolve in a global awareness operation.
Japan announced a new law against illegal downloads. Last Friday (22-6-2012) Japan passed a new amendment to its copyright laws.
At the moment Japan announced the new law Anonymous #opJapan woke up. They have been providing information about the new law and have been bringing awareness to the world.
The energy companies that caused the Arctic to melt in the first place are looking to profit from the disappearing ice. They want to open up a new oil frontier to get at a potential 90 billion barrels of oil. That’s a lot of money to them, but it’s only three years’ worth of oil to the world. Previously classified government documents say dealing with oil spills in the freezing waters is “almost impossible” and inevitable mistakes would shatter the fragile Arctic environment.
NfR Sri Lanka, a network of Sri Lankan journalists and human rights defenders condemns the blocking of five tamil language news websites which report on Sri Lanka. In a situation where print and electronic media is under severe self censorship, internet based media plays a critical role in providing information on Sri Lanka.
FBI Cyber Branch is the agency that is responding to the increased cyber-based crimes.
Operation Card Shop took place in 12 countries and on four continents. Eleven of the arrests took place in the U.S. Two of them happened in New York, home to the FBI’s first Cyber Branch, which was created as the agency’s response to what it called an “increase in cyber-based crimes” in a statement that also suggested hackers are not outside the reach of law enforcement.
Today the website of UGNAZI changed from administrator. The new administrator is the FBI, they have taken over the website after the attacks UGNAZI has done. UGNazi, also known as the Underground Nazi Hacktivist Group, is a computer hacker group that has claimed responsibility for several attacks conducted over the Internet. They are perhaps best known for their "Tango Down" DDoS attacks on United States government websitesand for leaking the personal information of government officials.
In January 2012, the UGNazi attacked the Ultimate Fighting Championship's website in protest of the UFC's support for the Stop Online Piracy Act proposed by the United States at the time.They later hacked Coach's website for the same reason
Stuxnet, a computer virus designed to attack servers isolated from the Internet, such as at power plants, has been confirmed on 63 personal computers in Japan since July, according to major security firm Symantec Corp.
The virus does not cause any damage online, but once it enters an industrial system, it can send a certain program out of control.
Symantec says the virus reaches the servers via USB memory sticks, and warns against the careless use of such devices.