Anonymous knocked the doors of Indiegogo in a bid to raise some crowd-sourced dough to expand its news coverage by establishing a dedicated site instead of tweets and tumblor blog posts and has managed to raise 27 time as much money as initially targeted.
The notorious hacking collective – Anonymous, known for some of its Occupy protests, high-profile hacks of government and corporate websites and major leaks has filed a petition with the US Government asking the Obama administration to make Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks a legal form of protests.
Twitter has suspended one of the leading accounts used by the Anonymous group – YourAnonNews without any explanation.
A hacker, who claims to be a member of the hacking collective Anonymous, has revealed that the hacktivist group is working on a Wikileaks like service dubbed Tyler and that it will be launched on December 21.
Anonymous has reportedly leaked the source code of Norton Utilities 2006 on the Pirate Bay.
GoDaddy has claimed that the outage that it suffered from yesterday wasn’t because of any DDoS attack or external events and that Anonymous hacker didn’t have any role to play in the downtime.
GoDaddy, one of the largest internet domain registrars and web hosting company, is facing a major downtime taking down millions of sites and a member of Anonymous has independently claimed the responsibility of the outage.
Hackers behind the #OpFreeAssange movement have claimed that they were the ones behind the downtime involved with MI5 and MI6 websites today morning.
Hackers of the AntiSec group are at it again and GlobalCerts – a firm offering solutions such as certificate management, secure messaging is apparently their next victim.
Anonymous has probably got the best of UK government websites as it is claiming that it has started shutting down government websites in protest of the treatment of Julian Assange.