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Former NSA Head, Michael Hayden, Aggressively Attacks the Entire Hacking Community

Another great post by Mike, enjoy, then be sure to use the link below to visit Mike’s site! ### Source: http://libertyblitzkrieg.com   By Michael Krieger   Former NSA Head, Michael Hayden, Aggressively Attacks the Entire Hacking Community     There’s an interesting trend happening in America today. A trend characterized by old, authoritarian, formerly “highly […]

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Murder Mystery(?) Michael Hastings and a CyberSecurity Firm Called Endgame

Source: http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com Posted by Robert Wenzel Murder Mystery(?) Michael Hastings and a CyberSecurity Firm Called Endgame     Reports are beginning to surface about a connection between the reporter Michael Hastings and a mysterious cybersecurity firm known as Endgame. Hastings has been linked to Barrett Brown, who the government alleges is the leader of the […]

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Monsanto’s Website Hacked After 2 Million March

Source: http://naturalsociety.com By Christina Sarich   Monsanto’s Website Hacked After 2 Million March     The Monsanto corporate website was hacked on May 29, 2013, just days after more than 2 million people marched against the organization around the world, and despite an almost complete media blackout. Anonymous, a group of internet hackers calling themselves ‘hacktivists’, was able […]


FBI launches probe into Anon’s Federal Reserve hack

Source: http://rt.com The FBI has launched an investigation into a recent Anonymous hack of a Federal Reserve database in retaliation for the US harassment of Aaron Swartz, who recently committed suicide. The hackers reportedly obtained 4,000 personal records in the attack. Jo David Cummins, president and CEO of Illinois’ Community First Bank, said the hack […]


U.S. government site hacked to avenge internet activist 1

Source: http://www.cbc.ca The Associated Press Revenge for prosecution of web activist The FBI has launched an investigation after hacker-activist group Anonymous says it hijacked the website of the U.S. Sentencing Commission to avenge the death of Aaron Swartz, an internet activist who committed suicide. The website of the commission, an independent agency of the judicial […]


Leaks from UN telecom conference show Orwellian proposals

Source: http://rt.com Leaked documents from a recent International Telecommunications Union meeting have exposed several disturbing examples of potential usages of the Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) standard, which was recently adopted by a UN conference in Dubai. ­The leaked documents include a full draft recommendation on the ‘Y.2770’ standard for DPI. This technology is used to […]


Israeli deputy PM’s Facebook, Twitter accounts hacked, filled with pro-Palestine messages 1

Source: http://rt.com The Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts of Israeli Deputy Premier Silvan Shalom have been hacked and filled with pro-Palestine status updates. ZCompanyHackingCrew claimed responsibility for this latest act of cyber war against Israel. The group also claims to have hacked Shalom’s email and extracted personal mail, contacts and documents. The hackers announced […]


Anonymous leaks personal information of 5,000 Israeli officials

Source: http://rt.com Internet hacktivist group Anonymous has declared cyberwar on Israel, posting personal data of five thousand Israeli officials online. ­The group used their Anonpaste.me site to address a message to the Israeli government before linking to the page with names, ID numbers and personal emails of 5,000 officials. The message said: “It has come […]


Philippines gags internet with ‘draconian’ cyber crime law 1

Source: http://rt.com The Philippines has approved measures to prosecute users that post “defamatory” comments on social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook. They will be liable for a fine of 1 million pesos (US$24,000) or face up to 12 years in prison. Websites that publish the material may also be shut down. The cyber-law […]