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FBI arrests LulzSec, Anonymous members betrayed by insider hacker – report PDF Print E-mail
Written by computathug   
Tuesday, 06 March 2012 18:14

Five members of the infamous computer hacking group LulzSec have been arrested by law enforcement agencies and will face charges in a New York court.

A law enforcement official has confirmed the allegations would be made public on Tuesday in court.

Earlier Fox News reported that three of the arrested members have already been charged with conspiracy. The five arrested are identified in the report as Ryan Ackroyd, aka "Kayla" and Jake Davis, aka "Topiary" from London, two residents of Ireland, Darren Martyn, aka "pwnsauce" and Donncha O'Cearrbhail, aka "palladium", and Jeremy Hammond aka "Anarchaos," from Chicago, USA.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 March 2012 17:34
WikiLeaksRelease The Global Intelligence Files PDF Print E-mail
Written by computathug   
Monday, 27 February 2012 03:37

On Monday February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered "global intelligence" company Stratfor. The e-mails date between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal's Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency. The emails show Stratfor's web of informers, pay-off structure, payment laundering techniques and psychological methods.

List of documents > Release Stratfor Informants, Contacts and Partners


Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 February 2012 18:57
Anonymous Claims to Have Taken Down the CIA’s Website PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Friday, 10 February 2012 23:07


The CIA’s website is definitely down as of the writing of this post, and Anonymous is claiming responsibility. Given their previous track record, it’s pretty safe to assume that this is exactly what it looks like. During their last frenzy after the MegaUpload takedown, Anonymous claimed to have taken down a slew of other high profile targets, including the DOJ, MPAA, RIAA, and FBI websites, an attack on the CIA homepage would round out that list nicely. Granted, it’s just a DDoS attack, not a more serious breach of security like a leaked phone call or anything, but it’s still got to sting a bit if you’re the CIA.

Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 23:11
'To take it down, you have to take down the internet': New file-sharing technology is IMMUNE to government attacks PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Friday, 10 February 2012 12:11


Government attempts to knock out file-sharing sites in the battle against music and film piracy could be doomed.

A new file-sharing software called Tribler cannot be knocked out by governments or anti-piracy organisations, its creators claim.

'The only way to take it down is to take the internet down,' says Dr Pouwelse of Delft University of Technology.

Tribler is a variant on the popular BitTorrent file-sharing software, but is designed specifically to stay online under any circumstances - including attacks by governments and anti-piracy organisations.

'Tribler is designed to keep BitTorrent alive, even when all torrent search engines, indexes and trackers are pulled offline,' says file-sharing news site Torrentfreak.

Moves such as the seizure of the Megaupload domain by U.S. authorities would not work against Tribler.


Romanian cops cuff suspected serial hacker TinKode PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 17:01


Romanian police have arrested a man suspected of breaking into the websites of NASA and the Pentagon in a series of high-profile hack attacks.

Razvan Manole Cernaianu, 20, from Timisoara, is accused of publishing details of the SQL injection vulnerabilities discovered on the targeted websites under the hacker handle TinKode. The Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) further alleges that Cernaianu, an IT student, sold hacking tools from his personal site.

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