Federal Reserve Infiltrated By Anonymous

A group of hackers who collectively call themselves as Anonymous has been involved in a string of security attacks on US Government Agencies. Recent victim of these attacks is the Federal Reserve website. From one of its internal website, personal Information of 4,000 US bank officials were reportedly stolen from its server. The hackers' publication has revealed information such as names, email addresses, contact numbers and even login credentials. The Federal Reserve has toned down the Continue Reading

Anonymous Hacks GoDaddy or Was it a Major Outage?

“We are experiencing problems,” said Scott Wagner, the CEO of GoDaddy following hacker claims by someone thought to be a member of the Anonymous group. GoDaddy is one of the largest domain registrars and Web site providers in the world, and the attack has probably affected millions of Web sites. The firm sent a tweet just after 1:30 p.m. ET saying they were aware of the problem their clients had and were working on it. It is not yet clear how many websites have been impacted in the hacker Continue Reading

More Hackers From LulzSec and Anonymous Arrested

In another round of arrests, the FBI claims that it has arrested members of Anonymous and LulzSec. The FBI has been cracking down on the two hacker groups after numerous high profile hacks this year. Anonymous has claimed responsibility for several high profile hacks including the hacking of over 70 law enforcement websites throughout the US. Anonymous publicly stated that the hacking was performed in retaliation for arrests of its members overseas. Anonymous also took an extremely bold Continue Reading

21 Hackers Arrested In Connection With The Hacking Group Anonymous

In an international sting, 21 hackers associated with the hacking group Anonymous have been arrested. The arrests took place in the U.S., the UK and the Netherlands. The FBI arrested 16 hackers in the US suspected of direct involvement in the PayPal hack that occurred last year. The arrests took place in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio and Washington DC. The PayPal hack occurred in 2010 and was carried out by Anonymous. The hack Continue Reading