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.
Satirical: FSB/Kremlin Prepared to Declassify All Documents Corresponding To 2016 Election Hacking Campaign
Yesterday the Kremlin announced Russia is prepared to declassify all documents relating to the hacking of or meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election. Here’s why this is such a world class troll, or ingenious depending on your perspective.
Op-Ed: Dropping The Metaphorical Mother of All Bombs, Blowing Up the US’s Historical War Strategy for Afghanistan
Despite 17 years of War, trillions of dollars spent, tens of thousands of lives lost and millions more displaced by violence, earlier this week the Taliban was invited to begin negotiations in drafting a new Constitution by the Afghan Government.
An inside look at how the fall of AnonHQ has helped me on through today, as well as what I am attempting to accomplish through this site and the material I cover on it.
Citing the US’s own Foreign Sovereignty Immunities Act, the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation has filed a new motion in New York City demanding all charges against the 12 Russian hackers alleged to be behind the DNC and Clinton email leaks be dropped.
In one of the most ironic mistakes I have ever heard of, the US DOJ has just accidentally leaked some of the charges expected to be filed against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange once his asylum in Ecuador comes to an end.
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.