AntiSec steals 1M Apple UDID from FBI notebook with an exploit


DNSChanger, July 9th is arrived!

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New FBI SCAM EMAIL on the loose: Claims to be an official notice

Today I got a nice letter from "KUGH" the FBI.

UGNAZI.com has been defaced by the FBI

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

Cyber-thieves increasingly aiming at cellphones

Addicted as we are to our online life and our mobile devices, it’s no surprise that a growing number of cybercriminals are lurking out there with us.

Their newest target is right in our hands: our cell phones.

FBI quietly forms secretive Net-surveillance unit

The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent te

Malware Installed on Travelers' Laptops Through Software Updates on Hotel Internet Connections

Recent analysis from the FBI and other

Internet Crime Complaint Center: IC3 2011 Internet Crime Report

In 2011, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) actively pursued its mission to address crimes

FBI,content monitoring,backdoors & Going Dark…shake well before use

Social Networks represent a rich mine of information of great interest for researchers, cybercri

Anonymous’ new timeline of FBI infiltration suggests Antisec may have been an FBI creation

Today, the @YourAnonNews Twitter account theorized that Antisec, which was created just before LulzSec began retreating into Anonymous, was in fact the creation of the FBI.

At the time of Antisec’s inception, there was some chatter within the hacking community that LulzSec created Antisec in order to stage some misdirection—to get authorities looking elsewhere.
Almost simultaneously, if memory serves, some observers were even suggesting that government authorities, whether in the US or UK and elsewhere, were bearing down on LulzSec.
YourAnonNews has created a document laying out the timelines of the FBI’s activity with Sabu and the rise of Antisec, and it’s a very enlightening read.
For instance, the first mention of Antisec occurs on June 4, 2011, when The Lulz Boat Twitter feed tweets, “So gather round, this is a new cyber world and we’re starting it together. There will be bigger targets, there will be more ownage. #ANTISEC.” On June 7th, as we know, the FBI paid a visit to Sabu and got him singing arias.