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AntiSec

Apple denies giving FBI any device IDs, FBI claims AntiSec is lying

September 5th, 2012

Apple (AAPL) on Wednesday said that AntiSec’s claims of leaking 1 million unique identifiers (UDID) tied to its iOS devices may have been exaggerated. In an official statement given to AllThingsD, Apple spokesman Natalie Kerris denied reports that the company gave the FBI any UDIDs at all. “The FBI has not requested this information from Apple, nor …

'Anonymous' hacker quits, calls group's members hypocrites and its efforts fruitless

August 19th, 2011

An alleged member of the notorious hacker collective “Anonymous” has apparently outed himself and quit. The UK-based hacker, who says his real name is Matthew, operated under the pseudonym “SparkyBlaze” during his time with Anonymous. As to his reasons for leaving the group, he points mainly to LulzSec, the AntiSec movement, and Anonymous’ leadership. “When …

'Anonymous' and 'LulzSec' release 10GB of data from 50 police departments

August 8th, 2011

In response to the arrests of LulzSec member Topiary and Anonymous PayPal hackers, members of the AntiSec initiative have infiltrated 50 police departments across the United States and stolen 10GB of data. According to a release put out by the group, which includes members from Anonymous and LulzSec, the data includes “private police emails, training …

Apple becomes latest ‘Anonymous’ hacker target

July 4th, 2011

Notorious hacker collective “Anonymous Operations” on Sunday published data it claims to have obtained by breaching a server belonging to Apple. The data, which consisted of 27 usernames and passwords, was allegedly taken during from surveys stored on an Apple server. Though the group said on one of its Twitter accounts that it is “busy …

‘Anonymous’ launches WikiLeaks for hackers: HackerLeaks

July 1st, 2011

The infamous group of “hacktivists” known as Anonymous Operations on Thursday launched a new tool to aid its digital crusade against targeted governments and corporations. Dubbed “HackerLeaks,” the new site is a tool hackers can use to distribute data anonymously, and it adopts the model popularized by WikiLeaks. Hacker groups like the now-defunct LulzSec used …

AntiSec hacks Universal and Viacom; leaks user data, passwords

June 29th, 2011

A hacking group named LulzSec made headlines recently for attacking high visibility targets, including Sony and the U.S. government. LulzSec announced earlier this week that it was stopping its operations, and rumor has it many of the members joined up with Anonymous’ “AntiSec” hacking group. Now that group is making its own headlines. On Tuesday …