Tag Archives: AntiSec Movement

Antisec hacks another Defense Contractor

Update August 19: As part of #FFF IV Antisec has released full torrent for Vanguard Defense Industries Hack.... Read More

It’s A Cruel Summer

The Cruel Summer the title of this post refers to, is not the famous ’83 pop hit by Bananarama, but just a brief summary of what is happening on Information Security, most of all for those companies and istitutions falling among the target of Anonymous.... Read More

Anonymous Claims ManTech, Another FBI Contractor, Hacked

Event quite common in the last times, it looks like another FBI contractor has been hacked, as a consolidated tradition, on Friday. This time the victim is ManTech and the hack has been claimed by Anonymous with a preview twitted by the AnonymousIRC account:... Read More

Monsanto Hacked: Info of 2,500 employees leaked (Updated)

Update July 14: Database Re-leaked... Read More

Another One Bytes The Dump

Update July 12: Booz Allen Confirms Illegal Attack on Information Technology System... Read More

50 Days of Hunt

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Like the rest of the information security world, I have been impressed enough by the 50 days of Lulz. Even if one agrees with the detractors which claim that, after the first PSN hack, the LulzSec releases are of poor quality, it is unquestionable that the crew of the Lulz boat has contributed to make to the world aware, although with controversial methods and purposes, about the risks of data security. Moreover the list of their targets shows that this applies both to private and public inistitutions: from corporations to governments.... Read More

Haul Down the Flag!

Somewhat unexpected after 50 days of, apparently unstoppable chaos, the LulzSec Hacker group decided to haul down the flag of war and navigate to calmer shores, in which they will likely not attack other vessels in the sea of ​​Internet.... Read More