For those of you whom might not have been aware, massive protests and demonstrations took place all throughout Spain today, October 14th 2019, in protest for the failed annexation of Catalonia in December 2017, in […]
After their original accounts were suspended and banned offline, Pinoy LulzSec returns to the hacking scene with a hack and leak of Zoom Courier services – leaking customer information online.
Over the weekend, half a dozen websites affiliated with the Government of Honduras, and dozens of their subdomains, were either hacked, leaked, defaced or crashed offline.
In solidarity with the Yellow Vest protesters in France, after hacking the automotive forums of the French based manufacturer know as Peugot France, xS1lenced of Iznaye dumps +70,000 customer emails online.
Cyberghost404 of the Philippine Cyber Eagles releases data and files stolen from well over two dozen local police agencies across England.
Anti-Fascist hackers Anonymous Espana release hacks/leaks of 4 Government agencies/offices across the United Kingdom and US in protest of Julian Assange’s arrest last week.
Last night Al1ne3737 released a text file over 1MB in size containing the login information and personal records of thousands of individuals across Brasil, the United Arab Emirates and United States.
April Lulz Day 2019 Highlights: 16 websites were crashed via DDoS attack, 5 websites had databases hacked/leaked online, 28 websites were defaced, +500 Twitter accounts were closed and +1,000 Facebook accounts were compromised.
This is no April fools joke, Al1ne3737 of Pryzraky literally just pwned Brasil’s National Council of Justice, exposing the Personally Identifiable Information of 53,270 individuals across 94 databases – including state officials and judges.
Into the weekend hackers from all around the world appear to have come together in support of #OpVenezuela, an international hacking campaign against President Maduro for his continued violations of Human Rights.
A private group of counter-intelligence contractors calling themselves Black Water Security has claimed credit for a comprehensive hack of Sudan Airways, leaking the site entire email archive online.
Over the course of the last 48 hours members of Pryzraky have launched a coordinated series of online attacks targeting Venezuela, including 2 national television stations, 3 public Universities and 2 Government Agencies.