Lyricist Jinn just released the fruit of his collaboration with TeaMp0isoN and Anonymous hacker groups in the form of a song and a video clip called #OpCensorThis.
The 4 minute rap was intensely advertised by TeaMp0isoN who is believed to be behind the recent riots that took place in the UK. Their Twitter profile posted all day messages that encouraged people to “push it to the masses.”
Police officers are once again finding their names, dates of birth and home addresses have been published on the web. Meanwhile, over half a million customers of a health insurance company have their personal data put at risk. It's a bad week for data security in Austria.
Almost 25,000 Austrian police officers are the latest to have their personal information exposed by the actions of Anonymous activists.
The Anonymous activist collective today released personal information about a New York police officer who is believed to have sprayed pepper spray on women protesters on Wall Street.
The group released phone number, addresses, names of relative and other personal data for a New York police officer, as well as photos that appear to show him at the protest and a closeup of his badge.
An Arizona man was arrested today for allegedly stealing data from Sony Pictures Entertainment earlier this year, and two others were indicted on charges of participating in a denial-of-service (DoS) attack that temporarily shut down Santa Cruz County servers late last year.
Cody Andrew Kretsinger, 23, of Phoenix was indicted September 2 by a federal grand jury on charges of conspiracy and unauthorized impairment of a protected computer, the FBI said in a statement. Kretsinger could not be reached for comment.
Hacktivist group Anonymous is planning to hold a special "Day of Vengeance" in several cities around the U.S. on Saturday.
Late last night, Anonymous--or at least people claiming to be from Anonymous--posted a press release on Pastebin, saying that Saturday will be marked by peaceful protests in cities across the U.S. combined with cyberattacks on "various targets, including Wall Street, Corrupt Banking Institutions, and the New York City Police Department." Anonymous didn't say the cities in which the protests will be held, though New York would seem to be an obvious guess.