Source: Jeffrey Carr, Digital Dao
The reality of threats in cyber space for the OSCE has become even more real now that their internal network has been breached in early November, 2012 by an unknown person or persons and the stolen files uploaded to Par-AnoIA.net.
Posts tagged “Anonymous”
Source: The Sunday Guardian
Though hated & feared by governments all over, not much is known about hacktivist groups like Anonymous. A new book by Parmy Olson finally sheds some light, writes Oxblood Ruffin.
Source: The Hindu
The ‘OpIndia’ protest gained more traction in some cities than others — notably New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore — as groups of youths dressed up in black suits and sported the iconic Guy Fawkes mask.
Source: Michael Stone, Examiner
Protesting Internet censorship, Anonymous hacks Reliance Communications, a major Internet provider, leaving customers unable to access Facebook, Twitter and other sites for several hours.
Source: Jac sm Kee, GenderIt.org
At the Feminist Tech Exchange (FTX) and Connect Your Rights events that took place just before the Forum, we discussed about the different and increasingly sophisticated ways that internet technologies have been used to erode any sense of anonymity online.
Source: Pierre Leibovici, Owni.eu
According to a statement posted on a related blog, Anonymous intends to expose the “trafficking of coltan” orchestrated by those multinationals in the DRC.
Source: Emil Protalinski, ZD Net
The group has hacked and defaced hundreds of Chinese government, company, and other general websites to the point where China even acknowledged the attacks.
Source: Peter Apps, Reuters
Whether Syrian rebels hacked President Bashar al-Assad’s e-mails themselves or with the help of Western spy agencies or “hactivists”, the release of dozens of revealing messages points to a new era of information warfare.
Source: Jordan Robertson, Bloomberg
For the past few months, a team of computer hackers has engaged in an aggressive form of cyber subversion.