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The Pirate Bay returns online after DDoS, anti-Anonymous hacker claims responsibility

US Sentencing Commission site down, Anonymous claims responsibility

arstechnica.com
Early Saturday morning, members of Anonymous claimed to have brought down ussc.gov, the website for the United Stated Sentencing Commission, an independent arm of the federal judicial branch responsible for setting sentencing guidelines. ZDNet reports that the site was replaced with a message from Anonymous citing the death of...
US Sentencing Commission site down, Anonymous claims responsibility

GoDaddy goes down, taking countless websites offline; Anonymous claims responsibility

thenextweb.com
The Anonymous hacktivist group appears to have taken down GoDaddy with a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS). This appears to be affecting countless websites and services, although not for everyone. Godaddy.com is down, but so are some of the site’s DNS servers, which means GoDaddy hosted e-mail accounts are...
GoDaddy goes down, taking countless websites offline; Anonymous claims responsibility

GoDaddy Has Glitches, Anonymous Claims Responsibility

blogs.wsj.com
GoDaddy, which registers and provides servers for numerous websites, at about 1:35 p.m. Eastern Time sent out a tweet acknowledging that it has been having trouble with its site. Two hours later, it said it had received "so many messages" that it was overwhelmed....
GoDaddy Has Glitches, Anonymous Claims Responsibility

Vatican confirms second hacker attack, Anonymous claims responsibility

www.computerworld.com
The Vatican has confirmed that its website suffered a second hacker attack in the space of six days but declined to comment on the event....
Vatican confirms second hacker attack, Anonymous claims responsibility
WikiLeaks publishes 2.4 million emails from Syrian government and business, Anonymous claims responsibility

GoDaddy: thousands of websites down after domain registrar hacked

www.guardian.co.uk
A member of the Anonymous collective claims responsibility for hacking the internet's largest domain registrarGoDaddy, the internet's largest domain registrar, was hacked on Monday morning by a member of the Anonymous hacking group. Although it was not clear how many websites were affected, "DNS" or Domain Name System, "GoDaddy" and...
GoDaddy: thousands of websites down after domain registrar hacked

Hackers post Scotland Yard anti-terrorist phone call on YouTube

www.guardian.co.uk
Met police 'confident' its systems are secure after TeamPoison claims responsibility for leakScotland Yard is investigating after computer hackers intercepted a highly sensitive anti-terrorist phone call and leaked it on the internet.A hacking group named TeamPoison claimed responsibility for the cyber-attack and said it was made in protest at extradition...
Hackers post Scotland Yard anti-terrorist phone call on YouTube
WikiLeaks to publish massive email archive from private security think tank, Anonymous claims responsibility for hack

Tumblr Inundated With Sea of Malicious Spam; GNAA Claims Responsibility

betabeat.com
Community managers all over town are dealing with what probably feels like the end of the world right now. We just logged onto our dashboard and discovered that quite a few Tumblrs–most prominently the Verge, as well as USA Today and the Daily Dot–seem to have been hijacked. Your dashboard, like...
Tumblr Inundated With Sea of Malicious Spam; GNAA Claims Responsibility
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Anonymous-Hater Claims Responsibility for Pirate Bay DDoS Attack

www.pcworld.com
Hacker posts on Twitter and PasteBin slam both Anonymous and The Pirate Bay....
Anonymous-Hater Claims Responsibility for Pirate Bay DDoS Attack

Go Daddy-service Web sites taken down in apparent attack

news.cnet.com
One hacker claims responsibility for the outage affecting sites for which Go Daddy provides hosting and DNS services. [Read more]...
Go Daddy-service Web sites taken down in apparent attack

Facebook down in parts of Europe, Anonymous member claims responsibility

venturebeat.com
Facebook is experiencing technical difficulties in parts of Europe, including Italy, Spain, Romania and France, according to a number of tweets and reports that surfaced Thursday afternoon. A member of the hacker collective Anonymous claimed responsibility for Thursday’s Facebook issues. Proclaimed Anonymous security leader, @AnonymousOwn3r, posted on Twitter that...
Facebook down in parts of Europe, Anonymous member claims responsibility

Anonymous claims responsibility for taking down government sites

www.guardian.co.uk
Home Office, Ministry of Justice and No 10 sites fully operational after apparent denial-of-service attack by hacking collectiveA group of computer hackers have claimed responsibility for taking down the Home Office website, apparently in protest against government extradition and surveillance policies.Internet users were unable to fully access the department's homepage...
Anonymous claims responsibility for taking down government sites

The CIA's Website Goes Down, And Anonymous Claims Responsibility

www.businessinsider.com
Anonymous just claimed responsibility for shutting down cia.gov on twitter. The story was first broken by RT in a story that was retweeted by the @YourAnonNews.  The site was down shortly after 3 pm today.  Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »See Also:Meet...
The CIA's Website Goes Down, And Anonymous Claims Responsibility
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GoDaddy Goes Down Hard; Anonymous Hacker Claims Responsibility

allthingsd.com
Web hosting company GoDaddy experienced a period of company-wide outages on Monday morning, taking down a slew of Web sites that rely on the company for hosting services. GoDaddy acknowledged its problems from its Twitter account, stating that employees were working to fix the problem, but did not offer any...
GoDaddy Goes Down Hard; Anonymous Hacker Claims Responsibility
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