- Over 7,000 Russian PayPal Account Credentials Leaked
The hacking group “UGLegion” claimed to have compromised a Russian PayPal processor and released over 7013 user accounts as part of Anonymous’ Operation World Cup.
- Legislative Assembly of the State of Santa Catarina Attacked, Database Leaked
On June 13, 2014, the hacker, “DomainerAnon”, claimed to have attacked the government website for the State of Santa Catarina, and leaked usernames and passwords, along with other data, from the sites database as part of “Operation FIFA”.
- Federal University of Santa Catarina Attacked, Over 45,000 User Credentials Leaked
As part of “Operation Hacking Cup”, the hacker “smitt3nz” claimed to have targeted the Federal University of Santa Catarina and leaked a large amount of users’ credentials stolen from its servers.
- Members of Anonymous Deny Connection To Las Vegas Shooting
After news articles and reports linked the perpetrators of the June 8, 2014 shooting at a Cici’s pizza and Walmart in Las Vegas, Nevada to the Anonymous movement, members of the Anonymous collective issued messages on Twitter denying connections to the attack.
- Anon Ghost Team Claims Hacking Duke University Facebook Accounts
Hacking group “Anon Ghost Team” claimed to have stolen the Facebook accounts related to individuals of the Duke University Department of Computer Science, leaking the alleged data on a pasting site.
- Anonymous Releases Venezuelan Government Employees’ Data
As part of “Operation Venezuela” launched against corruption in Venezuela, the Anonymous hacking collective has allegedly released a list of email addresses belonging to the country’s National Tax Administration Office employees of “SENIAT.”
- Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Associated Press Twitter Account, Declares White House Attacked
On April 23, 2013, the Syrian Electronic Army hacking group claimed hacking the official Twitter account of the Associated Press (AP), causing shockwaves by using the hacked account to falsely claim that President Barack Obama had been injured after two explosions occurred in the White House.
- The Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Gigya Service of Media Websites
The pro-Syrian regime hacking group “Syrian Electronic Army” (SEA) claimed to have compromised the Gigya platform, which is used by over 80 prominent media websites such as The Independent, The Guardian, CBC News Canada, and Aljazeera America.