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Tunisian Hackers To U.S. Call back Army from Muhammad Lands

Tunisian Hackers Team members announce in a Youtube video a new campaign against the United State

Dangerous waves of malware are transforming cyberspace in a jungle


Wake up Anonymous, the world is getting used to you!

What is happening to Anonymous? His media energy seems to be at risk addiction just when major security firm are beginning to consider it as one of the most dangerous cyber threat.

The feeling that comes from outside is that the group of hacktivist is slowly falling apart, the feeling is that within the group are mixed stirring souls. Some groups are more aware on media effect of the operations while others cells continue to pursue the goals of behind its genesis.

Monitoring Cyber Iran and Syria in the ToR network

gAtO wAs mOnItOrInG – bad ToR-Relays and found that during this unrest in Iran and Syria.

Hacktivists claim takedown of Chicago police Web site

Anonymous group AntiS3curityOPS says action is in retaliation for alleged police brutality commit

The Unknowns, hacker's revenge in the name of security

It's happened, another group of hacker named The Unknowns has hacked several organizations, , including NASA and the U.S. Air Force, and posted evidence of their actions.

Malsec hacks The Development Bank database of the Philippines

Malsec has initiated an attack against the development bank of the Philippines. They have published the dump on pastee an Pastebin variant with SSL connection enabled.

US Experts say: Government Networks constantly hacked

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Verizon Report, the wind of hacktivism pushes cybercrime


The "Face" of hacktivism?: Inside Anonymous hack of Stratfor

A reader of Venture Beat bemoans $300 USD in fraudulent charges placed on his credit card after the number was stolen from Austin, Texas security firm Stratfor Forecasting, Inc.  The hooligans charged $300 to his account, buying hooded sweatshirts.