PEPCO Pakistan website hacked against police brutality on Qadri’s supporters

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The official website of Pakistan Electric Power Company (Private) Limited (PEPCO) has been hacked by Pakistani hackers in protest against massive police brutality on protesters and supporters Dr. Tahir ul Qadri, a Pakistani politician and Islamic scholar. Group goes with the online handle of Pakistan Haxors Crew and seems angry over the incident where police [...]

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Two Big Anonymous Hacktivist Pages on Facebook get Verified Badges

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While surfing Facebook, you must have seen a blue badge indicating verified pages and profiles of famous people such as celebrities, journalists and politicians etc, but looking at verified pages of Anonymous hacktivists was something totally unexpected.  Yes! there are two pages on Facebook belonging to the Anonymous hacktivists with verified page status and millions of likes.  We saw [...]

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Stranger Hacks Into Baby Monitor and Screams ‘Wake up baby, Wake up’.

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A couple in Cincinnati had their worst nightmare when they were woken up by a loud male voice screaming at their 10-month old baby through their baby monitor, according to a report by Fox19. The stranger shouted, “Wake up baby. Wake up baby,” at their daughter Emma and then screamed “aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh” to wake her up. [...]

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Official Website of City of Westminster, California hacked by Saudi Hackers

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Two Saudi Arabian hackers going with the handle of NeT-DeViL and Dr-TaiGaR from Group Hp-Hack have hacked and defaced the official website of City of Westminster, California earlier today. Hackers uploaded a .txt file as a deface page along with a message, telling the City of Westminster California to go to hell. The deface message [...]

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Kuwait’ Ministry of Internal Affairs Website Hacked, hacker demands interference in Syria

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The official website belonging to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kuwait was hacked and defaced on 26th March, 2014 by unknown hackers but reading the message on site shows they are Anti Syrian President Bashar Al Assad. Hackers left a deface page along with a message, asking Kuwaiti government and other Middle Eastern countries [...]

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Israeli Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Domain Hacked by AnonGhost

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The pro-Palestinian hacktivist AnonGhost has hacked and defaced the official website of Israeli Agricultural Research Organization, which is ran by Israeli Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The domain was hacked yesterday on which AnonGhost left their deface page along with a message, expressed as follow: Hi Israel! We always here to punish you as we [...]

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Famous South Korean Search Portal NAVER Hacked, 25 Million accounts Hacked Using Stolen Data

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Famous South Korean Search Portal NAVER Hacked, 25 Million accounts Hacked Using Stolen Data. A hacker going with the handle of ‘Seo’ has been arrested for breaching in to the accounts of 25 million people on NAVER, South Korea’s largest Web portal.  According to Korea Herald, the hacker bought private information of 25 million people [...]

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Hackers Breached Israeli Defence Forum, gathered info, sent threatening SMS to Israeli journalists

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A possibility that Muslim hackers could have compromised the IsraelDefense magazine (www.israeldefense.com) database and its website, to launch the recent SMS attack on Israelis, is being explored, according to Times of Israel. It’s not clear if that database was the source of the phone numbers used in the SMS ‘attack,’ but there were no reports of [...]

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