Anonymous, move over. WikiLeaks, take a hike. There's a new uber hacking/whistleblowing group in town with some serious game and a wicked cool name that's putting you both to shame.
The Lords of Dharmaraja is the group behind the theft of Symantec's Norton AntiVirus source code from India's intelligence agencies. It's also the group that claims to have broken into the servers of India's embassy in Paris last summer. Now it's released a bombshell memo that appears to document collusion between the world's largest makers of smartphones and India's spy services.
Stratfor, a global intelligence firm based in Austin, Texas recently became the latest victim of the online hacker collective Anonymous after their servers were breached over the Christmas weekend and information was stolen. Up until now the website of the security think tank remains offline, with the AntiSec arm of Anonymous claiming full responsibility.
An accused member of the clandestine hacking group LulzSec pleaded not guilty on Monday to charges of taking part in an extensive computer breach of the Sony Pictures Entertainment film studio.
One of the reclusive leaders of the infamous and disbanded LulzSec hacking group gave an online interview in which he spoke candidly about life as a wanted online criminal, the achievements and future of his former group and his fears that one of his colleagues will eventually bring him down.
At least one more member of the hacking group LulzSec, known online as "Neuron", may be arrested if traced by their use of a British anonymous VPN (virtual private network) proxy service, following a similar arrest last week.