The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) claimed hacking a database from Loudon County, TN, U.S., and disseminated 11 sets of names and personal information for lone wolf attacks.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers from the Kalachnikv E-Security Team and Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) defaced the website of the Russian government-controlled Federal Customs Service and shared a video titled “A Message to Russia from the Cyberworld.”
Members of the Anonymous hacking collective circulated “target lists” of Israeli websites, banks, government buildings, and addresses of other institutions as part of the “#OpIsrael” campaign.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers, including the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) and “Kalachnikv E-security Team,” defaced the official government website of the Region of Western Greece (PDE).
The group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) threatened to target the website of the U.S. Department of State and release more information about U.S. Police, stating there are “still a lot of names” to be published. Additionally, the group issued threats against Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Using a hashtag originally designated for “degrading” the Islamic State (IS), the pro-IS hacking group, Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA), released the alleged personal information of 36 U.S. police officers living in Minnesota with the message “wanted to be killed.”
The Cyber TeamRox (CTR) hacktivist group disseminated administrative credentials and publicly available employee information of two U.S.-based Universities, defaced websites belonging to privately owned companies, and threatened the United States, stating that it is “next” on the group’s list.
An official overseeing the provinces of the Islamic State (IS) in Libya boasted of increasing numbers of foreign fighters there in an interview with the IS' al-Naba weekly newspaper, and threatened neighboring states in North Africa.
The Cyber TeamRox (CTR) hacktivist group claimed defacing 63 websites, 30 of which were purportedly done using a WordPress vulnerability.
A group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) gained access to the Twitter account of a radio show at the College of Charleston and used it to disseminate previously-released information on U.S. Marines, National Guard, and New Jersey Transit Police personnel.
The Anonymous hacking collective released a video announcing the re-launch of their “#OpTurkey” campaign, threatening cyber attacks on Turkey’s “banks and government institutions” as protest against the country’s alleged support of the Islamic State (IS).
The Anonymous hacking collective claimed hacking a subdomain of the website of the French Defense Ministry and released a dump of the site’s databases.
An independent hacker has released a 17.8 GB data dump purportedly obtained from servers of the Turkish National Police.
A group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) released a video announcing defacement attacks and breaches of servers of 20 small business, organization, and government websites, along with disseminating previously-circulated information about U.S. military and government personnel.
A pro-Palestine hacker has released a data dump containing the alleged personal information of over 9,000 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and 22,000 FBI personnel.
A document containing alleged personal information of members of the Miami, Miami-Dade, and Miami Beach Police Departments was uploaded to Pastebin.com.
The Anonymous hacking collective disseminated information about the Governor of Michigan as part of “#OpFlint,” a campaign that supports the Flint, Michigan citizens’ right to clean water.
A document uploaded to Pastebin.com on Jan. 15, 2016 listed purported database information from the government website for the city of Pittsburgh, PA.
Hackers associated with the Anonymous hacking collective have targeted Japanese corporate and government domains as a part of the “#OpKillingBay” campaign, which protests dolphin hunting in Japan.
The Anonymous hacking collective disseminated information about personnel from the Sacramento Police Department and City Council with the hashtag “#OpRight2Rest,” a campaign that supports the rights of homeless individuals in California.