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By Waqas The online hacktivist group Anonymous has conducted yet another cyber attack on Thailand‘s government over the recently passed cyber-scrutiny law. This time the group has targeted the Thai government job portal by leaking personal and sensitive details of officials (...)
By Waqas A hacker going by the online handle of “CyberZeist” has claimed to have hacked the content management system (CMS) of the official website of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the mainstream investigation agency of the United States. The hacker claims he (...)
By Waqas The online hacktivist group Anonymous along with their counterparts from HackBack movement have hacked and defaced the official website of The Bilderberg Group also known as Bilderberg Club, Bilderberg meetings and Bilderberg conference, an annual private conference (...)
By Waqas The online hacktivist group Anonymous was furious over the Thailand government passing the Internet surveillance and scrutiny law and to register their protest the group leaked highly sensitive data from the ministry of foreign affairs and Thai Royal Navy but with (...)
By Waqas Last week HackRead reported on the Thailand government passing a cyber-scrutiny law that was being criticized by hacktivists ever since it was being drafted back in 2015. To protest aginst the law Anonymous and its Thai counterparts have been conducting a series of (...)
By Waqas The online hacktivist Anonymous and their Thai counterparts have hacked into the servers of country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA) and Royal Thai Navy – subsequently publicly leaking a trove of personal and (...)
By Waqas The government of Thailand has been under the hammer of internet activist groups since the parliament approved an amendment to the 2007 Computer Protection Law. There is strong resentment among activists because the Single Internet Gateway project will be (...)
By Agan Uzunovic Looks like hackers are hell bent on giving Ukrainians a glimpse of stone age by keep on targeting country’s power sector. In the latest, Ukraine’s national energy company has become a victim of what could be a massive cyber attack. Ukrenergo, the national (...)
By Waqas Anonymous is claiming to have hacked the Charitable Bradley Foundation Network and leak confidential details about American presidential candidate Hillary Clinton — Experts believe it’s a phony hack. The Milwaukee-based charitable foundation has been hacked by the (...)
By Carolina The DDoS attacks caused a loss of hundreds of thousand dollars in 2014- He claimed the attacks were against hospital’s alleged bad treatment of youth with serious emotional, psychological and medical problems. Earlier last week on Wednesday, a hacker by the name (...)
Jeremy Hammond, Martin Gottesfeld, and Matt DeHart, some of our bravest heroes and activists are now in jail and they need your help. Just for a moment, close your eyes and think about going to jail for years. Being isolated from your family, friends, lover and supporters. Imagine in this loneliness how valuable receiving a letter with loving words, a drawing from an admiring child, photos or news from supporters can be. To the arrested activists, it means difference between sanity and insanity, between life and death, between a burning hope of freedom or despair...