Here’s a recap of the days events from #OpSudan dated 4/06/2019, featuring hacks, leaks and/or defacements of 17 websites – at least that I was able to find.
#OpSudan: Hacktivists Around The World Prepare for Massive Cyber Attacks Against The Government of Sudan
For weeks hackers have been advertising/preparing for a massive round of cyber attacks against the Government of Sudan today, April 6th 2019. As you can now see, several attacks are already under way with many more on the horizon.
Over the course of the last week or so international hackers have come together to hack, deface, leak and/or DDoS at least 24 website affiliated with the Government of Sudan.
Ahead of Aprils Presidential Elections, International Hacktivists Launch #OpAlgeria In Solidarity with The People of Algeria
The larger protests around Alegeria grow, the more President Bouteflika continues to crack down upon them. As a result, Anonymous is now throwing the weight of their platform behind the people of Algeria as they fight for Democracy.
Willenium aka “Guy from Africa” Hacks 3 Sudanese Government Websites, Replaces Them with pro-Revolution Pictures & Messages
Over the course of the weekend a hacker going by the name of Willenium managed to hack and deface 3 Sudanese Government websites, replacing the content with pro-revolution photos, messages and imagery.
A private group of counter-intelligence contractors calling themselves Black Water Security has claimed credit for a comprehensive hack of Sudan Airways, leaking the site entire email archive online.
Exclusive: Understanding What’s Happening Inside Sudan from Those Currently Living Through The Revolution
3 part event including updates of crimes against humanity as the protests in Sudan continue, an interview with a political activists blacklisted by Omar al-Bashir, as well as the most recent developments surrounding #OpSudan
Civilian Journalists Document Abuses of Omar al-Bashir’s Security Forces Following Last Weeks Declaration of Martial Law
Leaked photos and videos submitted by journalists on the ground inside Sudan document abductions, beatings and shootings of protesters and University students around Sudan following last weeks declaration of martial law.
Omar al-Bashir Disbands Parliament, Declares State of Emergency, Announces He Will Not Run for Re-Election in 2020 Amidst Ongoing Protests Online & Off
As Omar al-Bashir announces his Party will step away from power by 2020, joining with those risking their lives on the ground, here’s a look at the undeniable role international hackers and activists have played in Sudan’s revolution.
As the revolution inside Sudan continues, more and more hackers and hacking groups have joined the festivities as the cyber attacks continue to plague the Government of Sudan.
Ending within the last 1-2 hours, S1ster of the Brasilian based hacking group Pryzraky claimed responsibility for a prolonged DDoS attack targeting Sudan’s Ministry of Defense, crashing the site for 24 hours using the Poseidon Botnet.
Hack of Tirhal servers exposes widespread public, corporate and governmental corruption in the name of domestic espionage.
In conjunction with #OpSudan, this past weekend a hacker going by the name of Mr. Sniper announced a hack and leak effecting Tihral, Sudan’s version of Uber, leaking sensitive information tied to drivers and clients of the service online.