The secretive hacktivist group 'Anonymous' has declared war on the technology network of ISIS.
The hacktivist movement 'Anonymous' has gained notoriety after staging multiple online attacks, the latest threatening to publicly name Ku Klux Klan members. How much power does the group wield?
Anonymous said that hackers involved in the operation, also known as #OpKKK, do not believe Klan members deserve First Amendment protections.
As-yet unknown groups have tried many times to obtain information about power grid layout and operations.
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The hacker sent ISIS the names, e-mail addresses, e-mail passwords, locations and phone numbers of about 1,300 US military and government personnel.
Do-it-yourself bioengineering and garage-based DNA sequencing let anyone alter the human condition.
Vulnerabilities in the rifle’s software allowed two hackers to reprogram the gun's targeting functions.
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