A citizen going by Pepe The Unredacted Frog has released new documents won from the FBI via a FOIA lawsuit, shinning new light into the identities of the 5 Dancing Israeli’s arrested following the 9/11 Terror Attacks.
After the Mueller report revealed 120 election officials had their emails compromised in the weeks/months leading up to the 2016 Presidential Election, Senator Rick Scott is demanding the FBI specify the individuals/counties.
Earlier this evening the FBI’s Internet Criminal Complaint Center (IC3) released the 2018 Internet Crime Report, revealing key highlights and takeaways from domestic cyber attacks here in the United States.
European Parliament Approves Vote To Create International Biometric Database To Secure EU Border Countries
As EU Parliament moves forward with the creation of a new international biometric database to better secure their borders, here are some lessons they should learn from the their American counterparts before new laws go into effect.
PokemonGo Team Releases The Names & Contact Information of 22,013 US Citizens Currently on The FBI’s National Watchlist
PokemonGo Team has just released a 2nd leak of data stolen from FBI servers, this time revealing the names, emails and contact information of 22,013 individuals currently on the FBI’s national watchlist.
A group of hackers going by the name of PokemonGo Team have released a 203 MB zip file doxxing close to 4,000 members of the FBI, Secret Service and various police officers/agencies nationwide.
After originally being taken down by international authorities in 2016, the infamous hacker/exploit forum known as Darkn0de has been resurrected and is now once again open to the browsing public.
This past Friday the FBI arrested a White Supremecist/Nationalist for plotting to murder Congresswomen Ilhan Omar, the first ever naturalized citizen of Africa to serve in US Congress.
Tomorrow marks the start of April Lulz Day 2019, an international holiday of sorts unique to the underground world of underground hackers.
Understanding The Weaponization of Modern Cyberspace & The ‘Secret World’ of International Corporate Espionage
A world that exists right in front of our eyes, that no one seems to see.
New lawsuit by ACLU, Privacy International and University of Buffalo attempts to find out how the US Government justifies the hacking of US citizens, when those same hacks would otherwise be considered felonies if performed by US citizens.
Dark Overlord Hackers Release Tease of Leaks from Financial Firms, Legal Offices & Insurance Companies Involved with 9/11 Terror Attacks
A group of hackers going by the name Dark Overlord Hackers released a series of leaked legal documents tied to insurance companies, legal offices and financial firms involved with post 9/11 litigation lawsuits.
In a joint operation between AnonOps and CyberGuerrilla, hackers released a dox of thousands of FBI agents/officials and hundreds of French Police officers, as well as a list of subdomains and IP Addresses attached to MI6, CIA and FBI websites.
Two days after Joshua Shulte accused the US Justice Department of Constitutional violations and inhumane living conditions, the DOJ announced it would be adding two additional charges to his case.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a lawsuit in San Bernardino County over their prevalent use of Stingrays and their alleged failure to adequately release records tied to police investigations which used them to the general public.