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Hackers expose Israeli government SCADA logins

The drama surrounding Israel continues to unfold as a group of Anonymous hackers expose employee logins to several government websites. Perhaps most disturbingly, this document (may be taken down any time) also claims the credentials provided give access to a…

AnonAustria publishes personal data of Austrian Police

The Austrian branch of the Anonymous hacking group, AnonAustria, has published the personal information including addresses and dates of birth of nearly 25,000 police officials, ranging from low rank beat officers to senior commanders in the police force.

Four more suspected LulzSec and Anonymous members arrested

Four more members of the now infamous 'hacktivist' groups were arrested Friday in the UK as part of a wider operation by UK and US Police enforcement authorities including the FBI. They are currently being questioned by the Police from the Metropolitan Police Central e-Crimes Unit.

Anonymous leaks 3GB of Texas law enforcement data

The hacktivist group Anonymous has released 3GB of sensitive data from various Texas law enforcement agencies in an effort titled Texas Takedown Thursday. The attacks are in retaliation for the arrests of several alleged members of Anonymous as well as…

Facebook's imminent destruction a hoax?

According to this Youtube video and a flurry of articles from various news sources around the web, hacktivists from Anonymous have plans to "destroy" Facebook on November 5th, 2011. Despite the alarming news for Facebook users, it may not be…

FBI raids homes of Anonymous hackers in New York

The FBI today executed search warrants for computers and computer-related accessories by raiding the homes of three hackers from the infamous hacktivist group Anonymous in New York. More than 10 FBI agents stormed the house of Giordani Jordan in Baldwin,…

Banned from Google+, Anonymous creates Anonplus

Google has reportedly banned a handful of Anonymous members from Google+ (it's not exactly clear how many accounts were shut down). The hacktivist group likened Google's actions to the stories of activists being banned from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, as well as…