The Data leaks which started in march have so far leaked on documents from Searchinform, Russian Defence Export and Russian Industrial Investment Fund and now the most recent dump comes from China Embassy in Moscow.
Articles are more of a back ground story then a news article, how ever they are still news.
Today deletesec has announce a leak of data from what is turning out to be quiet a big target. The target is SPIROL International (http://spirol.com/) and as a result of them being it has over 30,000 company’s affected after there credentials have been leaked online. SPIROL is a international business going back to 1948 specializing in the fasting industry. The breach was announced from @Deletesecs twitter account and has posted 3 csv files to media fire.
Today Riskbasedsecurity.com has announced a report that covers the 2013 period for databreaches of all kinds.
On Saturday 8th of February, Anonymous Italy initiated #opCannabis, in order to show their support for the demonstration for cannabis legislation reform held that day in Rome, calling for an end to cannabis prohibition and the persecution of users and growers. The first attack started on the 8th and targeted the website of the Italian drug […]
Yesterday the @Official_SEA16 announced a breach on Xboxs twitter account and shortly after started posting from that account. Not to long after they have continued on the breach spree with an attack on the Microsoft official blogs website and twitter accounts. It also appears that now they have also got access to some of the email […]
Today the Syrian Electronic Army who started of 2014 with a bang with Skype.
The past weekend has been interesting, especially for those who live in Iceland and mainly for Vodafone Iceland after 357MB of data was leaked from their systems servers.
Recently a well known hacktivist John Anthony Borell III aka @ItsKahuna was sentenced to 3 years jail with a $227,736 restitution fine and 3 years supervised release which is set to start by 6th of December 2013.
Recent news about NSA and Australian government spying on the people of Indonesia has sparked outrage from Indonesians online