The founder of Megaupload Kim Dotcom, along with three others was arrested at New Zealand, on request by US authorities. Megaupload was one of the 18 domains owned by Kim Dotcom and his company, and all of them were seized following raids on their three datacenters.

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Anonymous has hacked security company Stratfor. In addition to stealing confidential documents, Anonymous has also stolen credit card details and used it to donate to charitable institutions. This is a terrible move from Anonymous.

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Anonymous Declares Operation Blackout Against SOPA

Out of the recent Anonymous warnings, very few have caused some real damage. Let us see how this “call to arms” turns up.

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This is the first time Anonymous went up against any organized crime ring that is outright dangerous, and it did not end well for other journalists and online activists in Mexico. While the deaths have been a huge turn-off for the operation, some Anonymous activists are still willing to continue with #OpCartel.

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OpDarknet is a new operation of Anonymous. In this operation, the Anons have promised to purge the hidden web of caches of child pornography. Till now, many users of child pornography forums have been identified many of these sites in the DarkNet have been attacked by DDoSs. An Anon called ‘arson’ agreed to be interviewed by Techie Buzz and the interview follows.

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We have all heard about the Low Orbit Ion Cannon – a deceptively powerful, yet quite simple tool for bombarding a server with meaningless data until all its resources are used to answer the bombarding queries instead of serving pages, commonly known as a Denial of Service (DoS) attack. Now, Anonymous has developed its own DoS tool, calling it RefRef.

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The YouTube account holding the video was created on July 16, as was the Twitter account for OP_Facebook. Moreover, the attack date of 5 November 2011 is nearly three months from now. Anonymous would never give a three-month notice.

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Although his participation in the recent hacks was not remarkable, he held an important position being the face of the group in various interviews with journalists and in the face-off with the Westboro Baptist Church.

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Anonymous, working together with LulzSec and other hackers, have struck again. As a part of their Operation Antisec, Anonymous has released close to 400 megabytes of documents belonging to FBI contractor ManTech International.

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Anonymous and LulzSec have issued a statement saying that they don’t fear the FBI and they can’t stop them. They also government and corporations are their biggest enemies and they will continue to disrupt the internet. The statement was released after the FBI made 14 arrests in U.S. on Tuesday.

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While the infamous hacking group LulzSec are done with their 30-days long campaign creating a havoc by hacking into several government and corporate websites, a new group of hackers who call themeselves “AntiSec”, are claiming to have hacked into one of the Apple’s servers using an SQL injection.

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New Group “LulzSec Brazil” Takes Down Brazilian Government Portal

A new branch of LulzSec group called “LulzSec Brazil” has targeted and attacked the Brazilian Government portal and the homepage of the President of Brazil. The two websites, Brasil.gov.br and Presidencia.gov.br are currently down and unreachable.

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No one finds the LulzSec lulzworthy anymore. They are trying desperately to cover their tracks with obvious methods, like encrypting drives and using Virtual private networks to stay behind closed doors. Let us see how far this level of anonymity works for them.

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Yes, you now have the right to browse privately on your Android phone with Firefox Beta. Firefox has introduced the “Do Not Track” feature in their latest build for Android. It is the first mobile Web browser to offer the “Do Not Track” privacy feature.

The Do Not Track feature gives more control to users over the way their browsing history is tracked and used online. The feature behaves just like private browsing and enables users to tell websites if they prefer to stay anonymous or not.

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On one hand where there is a group of hackers who accept anyone wanting to fire up a LOIC and join in hacks while on the other hand, there is a closed faction consisting of uber hackers, who do not want to have anything to do with noobs.

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