Hacker group Anonymous seems doing a lot of trifle in and around everywhere, claimed responsibility for many of the sites they hacked recently. Adding...

The Hacker group Anonymous which is in the news for some time for one reason to another – hacked many of the websites worldwide – global police agency,...

WikiLeaks in an unprecedented collaboration with Anonymous has begun publishing a new batch of revelations, ‘The Global Intelligence Files,’ which...

According to WSJ report, the director of National Security Agency has stated that the hacker group Anonymous could have the ability to bring about a “limited power” outage through a cyberattack within the next year or two – Gen. Keith Alexander, the director, provided his assessment in meetings at the White House and in other private sessions – while he hasn’t...

If you remember in protest against the controversial ACTA treaty, Hacker group Anonymous hacked the Greek Ministry of Justice Site; the Greek police’s...

Have you ever wondered what if the whole of the internet is down for a day – a total blackout – no site will run – no banking accounts accessibility...

The hacker group Anonymous which reportedly taken down the Greek Ministry of Justice website last week and warned the authorities that it will take down...

Hacker Group Anonymous strikes again – this time taking down the government site CIA.gov down. The group have claimed responsibility for making the CIA...

Hacker group, Anonymous strikes again, this time it make a big bang by hacking the email accounts of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s aides.  The hacker group hacked some 78 username and password combinations for the accounts and 56 of those accounts used the password “12345”, while five others added just a “6” to that string. According to Foreign Policy,...

As we reported earlier about the failed email negotiations over a $50,000 payout to the YamaTough hacker to destroy the code, hacker released the source code on Tuesday for antivirus firm Symantec’s pcAnywhere utility; raising fears that other could probably find out the security pitch in the product and attempt takeovers of customer computers. “Symantec was prepared...