Sunday afternoon a new group calling themselves the Anonymous Anarchist Agency announced a hack of the French National police force, leaking sensitive information online.
This weekend Shizen was active in a string of international hacks, managing to leak database’s tied to SJSU and DoS French National Police, DynDNS France and Internet Brasil.
While hundreds of thousands of French nationals took to the streets in protest of Emmanuel Macron, thousands more international activists and hackers joined the fight by protesting in their own way.
Yesterday President Kennedy State College in Parana, Brasil had their website hacked and email systems rooted. Brasilian hacker Abkhazyan has claimed responsibility for the breach.
Today the website of the National University of Mar del Plata in Argentina was hacked and defaced by LulzSecArgentina, whom used the platform to raise awareness of how important it is to support schools and educators in our local communities.
For the second time in the last two days, Anonymous CyberGuerrilla announces a hack and comprehensive leak of the French Government, this time stealing/releasing thousands of files from France’s Ministry of Defense.
Earlier today members of Pryzraky announced a hack of the National Academy of History of the Argentinian Republic, leaking client databases online.
This afternoon Anonymous CyberGuerrilla announced a major hack of the French Ministry of Justice in support of protestors taking to the streets against Macron’s tax hikes, hacking/defacing the websites subdomain and leaking over 1,500 records.
Rudy Giuliani mistakenly blames a typo for a cyber attack. Yet another international incident which once again begs the question, do some of the worlds top cyber security officials actually understand how the internet works?