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Booting Up: ‘Do Not Track’ Edition

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Uniform 'do not track mechanism' for browsers would stop some, but not all data collection [The New York Times] Tumblr hires over two dozen employees a year after opening its first office outside of NYC [Richmond Times-Dispatch] Wikileaks begins publishing over five million internal emails from security company Stratfor [Pastebin]...
Booting Up: ‘Do Not Track’ Edition
The Pirate Bay returns online after DDoS, anti-Anonymous hacker claims responsibility

Anonymous publishes trove of emails from Haditha marine law firm

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Law firm represented Frank Wuterich, who pled guilty to his part in the death of 24 Iraqi civilians, but served no jail timeHackers associated with the Anonymous activist group have leaked a trove of emails hacked from the law firm representing staff sergeant Frank Wuterich, accused of leading a group...
Anonymous publishes trove of emails from Haditha marine law firm

Islamic group promises to resume U.S. bank cyberattacks

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An Islamic group that has claimed responsibility for several waves of attacks on major U.S. banks since last September has promised to resume its assault next week using a lot more firepower. The group that calls itself the Cyber Fighters of Izz ad-Din al-Qassam claimed to have given a...
Islamic group promises to resume U.S. bank cyberattacks
Hackers claim to leak contents of Israeli Vice PM's Gmail account, including contacts and emails
Someone May Have Tweeted Warnings Ahead Of Syrian Internet Outage

Hackers break into 55,000 Twitter accounts, leaving passwords bare

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In a massive leak, some 55,000 Twitter accounts have been compromised, leaving them open for abuse. According to AirDemon, accounts belonging to celebrities were attacked in the process. The leak is large enough that 5 PasteBin pages were required to host the list. I’m going to link to them, only so...
Hackers break into 55,000 Twitter accounts, leaving passwords bare

Pro-Iranian hackers stole data from UN atomic agency's server

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The United Nations' International Atomic Energy Agency has admitted that data from a retired server at its Vienna headquarters was stolen and posted to a hacker website. A group calling itself Parastoo allegedly stole the data in an effort to draw attention to Israel's nuclear weapons program and as a...
Pro-Iranian hackers stole data from UN atomic agency's server

Review: Use online data store Pastebin from the desktop with this handy portable app

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PasteBin.com has been in the news quite often, and mostly for all the wrong reasons. It's where many hackers, such as Anonymous, go to store all the massive data dumps obtained by hacking Web sites. But PasteBin is also used for legitimate purposes; programmers use the site to copy...
Review: Use online data store Pastebin from the desktop with this handy portable app

SpexSec takes aim at alleged terrorists, ZeroPwn at Louisiana

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Two hacking groups have posted private information on Pastebin, including the e-mails and passwords for Louisiana's state government employees. [Read more]...
SpexSec takes aim at alleged terrorists, ZeroPwn at Louisiana
U.S. Intelligence Suspects Iran of Using 'bRobots' to DDoS American Banks
Anonymous attacks Israeli websites in response to attacks in Gaza

Adobe investigates alleged customer data breach

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Adobe said Wednesday it is investigating the release of 230 names, email addresses and encrypted passwords claimed to have been stolen from a company database. The information was released on Tuesday on Pastebin by a self-proclaimed Egyptian hacker named "ViruS_HimA." The hacker, who claimed the database accessed holds more...
Adobe investigates alleged customer data breach

Slowloris DDoS tool used by Anonymous hacked to include Zeus trojan

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Is turnabout fair play? A handful of Anons have found themselves on the wrong end of a hack in the wake of the US government takedown of Megaupload. On January 20, just one day after Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom was arrested in New Zealand, an unknown attacker slipped code...
Slowloris DDoS tool used by Anonymous hacked to include Zeus trojan

The Pakistan Cyber Army May Be Coming For Your Small Business Website

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Protests against the anti-Muslim “film” Innocence of Muslims have yet to metastasize into a something larger and scarier but religiously motivated hackers are waging a sustained war online. Muslims citing the offensive videos have been hacking, DDoSing and defacing hundreds of websites big and small. While DDoS (Directed Denial of...
The Pakistan Cyber Army May Be Coming For Your Small Business Website

Anonymous Associate Barrett Brown Indicted on Federal Charges

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Barrett Brown (video still) Writer and journalist Barrett Brown has been charged by the U.S. attorney with conspiracy to reveal private information about a government employee, Internet threats and retaliation against a federal investigator. Mr. Brown, who has sometimes been referred to as a spokesman for Anonymous, was arrested on...
Anonymous Associate Barrett Brown Indicted on Federal Charges

VMware confirms source code leak, LulzSec-affiliated hacker claims credit

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VMware has confirmed a leak of source code from the ESX hypervisor. The code was posted on Pastebin on April 8 by a hacker calling himself "Hardcore Charlie." VMware confirmed the theft yesterday, and said there is a "possibility that more files may be posted in the future." The...
VMware confirms source code leak, LulzSec-affiliated hacker claims credit
One million Apple device IDs reportedly dumped after alleged FBI breach

Hackers give Anonymous a taste of their own medicine

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Considering Anonymous’ disparate nature, and no central authority calling the shots, it’s a surprise this group has not turned on each other already. Antivirus firm Symantec reports that associates of the group are finding themselves victims of denial-of-service software that has been infected by a Trojan horse.In previous attacks, Anonymous...
Hackers give Anonymous a taste of their own medicine

Hackers Claim They're Holding Mitt Romney's Tax Returns for Bitcoin Ransom

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Those crazy hackers. Hackers do a lot for epic lulz, including trolling a credulous public in love with stories about improbable, Mission Impossible-worthy hacks. So we are skeptical of The Daily Dot’s article about anonymous (we don’t know if that word should be capitalized yet) Pastebin posts claiming GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney’s...
Hackers Claim They're Holding Mitt Romney's Tax Returns for Bitcoin Ransom

Operation Ababil, Week 4: Qassam Cyber Fighters Continue Attacks Against U.S. Banks

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Muslim cleric Izz ad-Din al-Qassam (Wikimedia) If customers of Regions Bank were having trouble reaching the institution’s website Thursday, they could thank the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters, who returned earlier this week for the fourth week of Operation Ababil. Operation Ababil is an ongoing effort by cyber-attackers who say...
Operation Ababil, Week 4: Qassam Cyber Fighters Continue Attacks Against U.S. Banks

Apple supplier Foxconn hacked in factory conditions protest

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Swagg Security publishes staff passwords online on the day campaigners around world demand ethically-made iPhone5Apple's controversial Chinese supplier Foxconn was battling on Thursday to contain a security breach after hackers joined the mounting protest over iPhone factory conditions by leaking the login details of its entire staff.A group calling itself...
Apple supplier Foxconn hacked in factory conditions protest

Four LulzSec hackers have been jailed for up to 32 months each by a UK court

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Four members of the notorious LulzSec hacker group have been sentenced in London today following a number of high-profile hacks and DDoS attacks affecting companies such as Sony Pictures, PBS and Fox.com in 2011 and 2012. The BBC reports that Ryan Ackroyd, a former British soldier and member of LulzSec...
Four LulzSec hackers have been jailed for up to 32 months each by a UK court
Anonymous says Wikileaks has turned into a 'One Man Julian Assange show'

Indian Supreme Court orders Pirate Bay, Pastebin blocks, gets DDoSed

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An injunction issued by an Indian court in a copyright infringement case has forced Indian Internet service providers to block access to the video-sharing sites Vimeo and DailyMotion, Bittorrent-tracker The Pirate Bay, text-sharing site Pastebin and a number of other websites. In response, members of Anonymous mounted a denial of...
Indian Supreme Court orders Pirate Bay, Pastebin blocks, gets DDoSed

With Project BlackStar, Hackers Team GhostShell Declare Cyber-War Against Russia

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In your networks, downloading your databases. Hacking group Team GhostShell, who recently hacked records from major universities around the world, have materialized again to announce a declaration of war against Russia. They call the operation Project BlackStar and claim they already have “access to more russian files than the FSB...
With Project BlackStar, Hackers Team GhostShell Declare Cyber-War Against Russia

3K+ Emails Of GitHub Enterprise Users Outed In Email And Then Posted On Pastebin

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It looks like GitHub Enterprise, the on-premises version of the GitHub code-sharing platform, has today leaked out over 3,000 emails of individuals that use it. Those emails were then posted online on a Pastebin page (which we’re not linking to). We have reached out to GitHub to get more details...
3K+ Emails Of GitHub Enterprise Users Outed In Email And Then Posted On Pastebin

Hacktivists leak 1.6M government, industry accounts

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Hacking collective GhostShell has released 1.6 million accounts and records claimed to be from various company and governmental agency systems. A total of 37 different organizations are said to have been attacked by the group, with the resulting data being released as raw data dumps on paste sites such as...
Hacktivists leak 1.6M government, industry accounts
Facebook says outages actually due to change in DNS, not hack

Hackers leak Symantec source code after failed $50,000 extortion sting

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A group of Anonymous hackers leaked what appears to be stolen source code from the antivirus company Symantec Monday night, following a month of fruitless negotiations. Symantec admitted yesterday that it’s been involved with a sting operation by law enforcement centering on a $50,000 extortion attempt from the hackers, who...
Hackers leak Symantec source code after failed $50,000 extortion sting
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