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Website of Tibet's government-in-exile hacked

Aug 13, 2013

Website of Tibet's government-in-exile hacked

Security researchers say the website of Tibet's government-in-exile has been rigged to infect the computers of Chinese-speaking visitors, the latest in a series of cyberattacks against Tibetan activists. #China #Hacking #Hacktivism #hackers #Tibet #Government-in-exile
Why no one came to the Anonymous India protest

Jun 11, 2012

Why no one came to the Anonymous India protest

Why were so many people who knew about the protest not keen to actually show up? Is it because of apathy or because they don't know what their rights are? #Hacktivism #Azad Maidan #Anonymous #InsecureNet #Internet censorship #The Pirate Bay #Anonymous India
Cyberhacking: Last year was about activism, not money

Mar 22, 2012

Cyberhacking: Last year was about activism, not money

The Verizon 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report said that in 2011, about 58 percent of data stolen were attributed to hacktivism. #NewsTracker #Hacktivism #Verizon 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report'
Global hacking heightens need for better digital defence

Aug 04, 2011

Global hacking heightens need for better digital defence

The McAfee report revealed prolonged five year cyber attacks. But there is very little to indicate that significant changes over digital protection will be enacted by companies and governments worldwide. #NewsTracker #Hacking #Hacktivism #Cyberspace
Operation Shady RAT: India-Pak hackers flex muscles

Aug 04, 2011

Operation Shady RAT: India-Pak hackers flex muscles

While hackers leave childish messages on websites as they thump their chests, real cyber criminals are making the internet a much more dangerous place than it used to be. #HowThisWorks #China #Pentagon #Hacktivism #Cyberwarfare #Pakistani Cyber Army

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Operation Shady RAT: India-Pak hackers flex muscles

Jun 18, 2014

Hacktivist Group Anonymous Targets World Cup

In a story that reads a little bit like Robin Hood meets the internet, hacker group Anonymous Brasil says they are using Operation Hacking Cup to protest social injustices surrounding the World Cup, through a series of DDoS and website defacement att...