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Anonymous lightly hacked Apple's survey site last Sunday.
Anonymous worked on another minor hack attack last Sunday. Their target? Apple’s survey site. The attempt affected and even erased the list of all admin users and their passwords from a MySQL table.
The hacker group said that this attack was done in order to revive their push for the AntiSec (anti-security). Anonymous even reported that what they did in Apple’s server was just a minor hack attack, since they have more important targets.Read the rest of the article »
Infographic entitled Hack Attack shows the top Lulzsec attacks, hacking statistics, black and white hackers, and password hacking times.
Nowadays, the number of hacking attacks have been obviously increasing — affecting websites that have no strong securities. Some known groups behind these assaults are Anonymous and Lulz Security (Lulzsec), who had just retired from their job as hackers but still encouraging other people to continue what they have started.
As a way of safeguarding innocent online brands and discussing the vital statistics of such hacking groups, Gadgets and Gizmoz recently created an infographic entitled “Hack Attack”.
Hit the break to see the infographic.Read the rest of the article »
The group behind the hacks in CIA, Sony, Nintendo and US Senates shuts down.
Lulz Security, commonly known as LulzSec, decided to put an end to their attempt to revive the AntiSec movement. The group said that they originally planned to operate only for 50 days.
“For the past 50 days we’ve been disrupting and exposing corporations, governments, often the general population itself, and quite possibly everything in between, just because we could. All to selflessly entertain others – vanity, fame, recognition, all of these things are shadowed by our desire for that which we all love,” the group mentioned on their statement.Read the rest of the article »
Sony is once again enduring security breach problems, as the Sony Music Japan and Sony Ericsson were attacked through SQL injection.
Following the attack on Sony BMG Greece last Friday, Sony Music Japan and Sony Ericsson were also hacked this week. A team of hackers, called LulzSec, released a database from Sony Music Japan through a post-bin link that was posted on the team’s Twitter account.
According to Sophos, LulzSec is believed to use a SQL injection to obtain the records. However, the database in question does not contain names, passwords and other personally identifiable information. The hackers said that there are two other vulnerable databases, but it is unknown whether these contain sensitive user details.
In addition to this, Sony Ericsson was also intruded and personal data from 2,000 Canadian Eshop was stolen. But the company cleared out that the passwords were encrypted and no credit card details were taken. Nevertheless, embarrassment on consecutive security breaches may probably reach almost unbearable levels for Sony.View Article Source »
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