Immediately after Botswana announced the repeal of a ban on elephant hunting yesterday, Anonymous hacktivists have made the Ministry of Environment, Conservation & Tourism inaccessible to the international public.
Recently Google developers released a short cyber security test designed to see how well internet users are able to pick up on and identify malicious phishing URL’s online or within their emails.
Earlier this morning developers at Kali Linux released their second update of 2019, featuring new integrations with NetHunter and ARM, allowing for better speed and performance – especially on Android mobile devices.
Anonymous Italia announced their latest round of hacks, leaks and defacements, this time targeting the Italian Union of State Police Workers, National Union of Arma Carabinieri, Civici Carabinieri Lugano and Core Civil Protection of Rome.
Recently IBM declared that Anonymous and hacktivism at large is dead, citing 2 cyber attacks in the calander year of 2018. Here’s an article putting into perspective how wildly inaccurate their research really was.
Anonymous hackers release leaks of the National Association of Hospital Primaries, ASSIST Italy, HS Hospital Service & National Associating of Doctors and Executives – raising awareness against abuses of European healthcare providers.
After Israel’s Ministry of Defense carried out an aerial bombing campaign to prevent a cyber attack, Anon Ghost has re-launched #OpIsrael in an effort to inspire others to keep launching cyber attacks against them.
Tis a sad day in internet history, as Ghostbin’s founder announces the service will be closing for good, for the last time, by the end of May 2019.
Last night a friend of mine informed of the development of a new Anonymous operation going by the name of #OpSafe2Play, an activism campaign designed to cleanup city parks and protect the children whom play there.
This week researchers at Webroot security released the results of a country-wide investigation into the average cyber security skills/practices of the modern American, discovering some troubling trends.
Earlier today the US Central Intelligence Agency officially launched a new DarkNet (.onion) version of their website, referring to it as the ‘latest layer’ of their international operations – pun intended.
Earlier today Anonymous Italia released a massive data leak of +30,000 members of the Italian Bar Association, including Virginia Raggi – Mayor of Rome. File download backed up inside.