Tag Archives: antisec
All websites attacked during operation Israel will be listed here
Currently listed domains 3000+
Anonymous hackers claim they have dumbed 12 millions Apple devices data including devices UDIDs, full names, addresses and zip codes. The group claims that all data was dumped from a special FBI agent’s computer using a Java vulnerability.
Anonymous claim they have hack into the Bureau of Justice website and leak over 1.7 GB of data, including internal emails and the database dump. The file was made available for download via The Pirate Bay website. The attack was part of the operation Monday Mail Mayhem
On Saturday 28 April 2012, the group anonymous claimed that they hacked into Florida’s internal Police site. The site www.lcso.org strive to maintain and enhance the quality of life in Lake County Florida through service to the community.
After PcAnywhere source code released Anonymous leaks Norton AntiVirus 2006 All Platform’s Source Code via PirateBay. The source code is available for download since 4:10PM today.
Over 25 websites related to Panda Security have been hacked tonight by Antisec. Emails and md5 passwords have leaked to public. Panda was accused by anonymous for helping the FBI to lurk anonymous members. The attacks are believed to be in retaliation for the recent arrests made by the FBI.
Third list of websites attacked by Anonymous. The list has both hacked and DDoSed websites. The list gets updated daily so stay tuned.
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Hackers associated with the activist group Anonymous hacked the US Federal Trade Commission and consumer rights website ftc.gov before a couple of hours as part of a protest against US efforts to stop illegal online piracy of movies and music. The website Database along with login details has leaked to public
Facebook the largest social network, since February has over 845 million active users. With so many active users security must be the main concerns of this company. However we discover that Facebook is not that secure after all. Two of the most common vulnerabilities where discovered.
Symantec one of the largest security company failed to protect their own source code. As reported before a month ago a hacker managed to breach Symantec security and stole their source code.Even though the source code was stolen back in 2006 the case came to light just the previous month.