Tag Archives: Hack

‘Anonymous’ Back With A Vengeance: Downs DoJ, MPAA, RIAA, Universal Music Websites

Source: darkreading.com by Kelly Jackson Higgins On this article “In apparent retaliation for the federal takedown of online storage and file transfer site Megaupload announced by the Department of Justice today, the Anonymous hacktivist collective went to work waging mass distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against websites of the DoJ, Motion Picture Association of America, the Recording Industry Association of… Read More »

Symantec admits its networks were hacked and source code stolen

Source: Help Net Security by Zeljka Zorz It seems that Symantec had their networked hacked by the Indian hacking group Dharmaraja and not just some of their old enterprise code stolen. Read more here.

Hackers breach T-Mobile Web server, leak staff data

Source: Help Net Security by Zeljka Zorz In this article “A Web server hosting part of T-Mobile’s official website has apparently been compromised by TeaMp0isoN, a hacker collective associated with Anonymous, and some of the information hosted on it was stolen and made public on Pastebin.com on Saturday.”

Ayalon: Cyberspace attacks should be treated as terrorism

Israel following the steps of United States in declarations by its Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon in considering cyber attacks to be acts of war and it will respond accordingly, this in an article in The Jerusalem Post. On another article in the Haaretz.com a blogger has said it to be fairly easy for him to track down the… Read More »

Hackers Expose Details of 15,000 Israeli Credit Cards on Web

Bloomberg article reveals that details from 15,000 Israeli credit card customers have been exposed by hackers on the Internet, according to the Bank of Israel said. Israel’s Army Radio reported that a group of computer hackers claiming to be of Saudi Arabian origin had taken credit for exposing the information in a statement they posted on an Israeli… Read More »