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.
Members of the Anonymous hacking collective circulated a list of websites of international financial institutions for its “#OpIcarus” campaign, which seeks to “create financial chaos and public unrest.”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel posted a picture and personal information of an alleged member of the Anonymous hacking collective, accusing him of being a “spy” and “trying to trap Muslims.”
The Anonymous hacking collective circulated Donald Trump’s purported social security number and other personal information as part of a campaign against the U.S. presidential candidate.
Jihadists on Telegram disseminated a beginner’s hacking guide associated with the Anonymous hacking collective.
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.
The Anonymous hacking collective released over 1000 user credentials of Petrobras, a Brazilian oil company, and Accenture, a multinational management consulting company, as part of its #OpOlympicHacking campaign.
The Anonymous hacking collective has claimed hacking and defacing the government-hosted website of Mexican water utility company, Sapaza, as part of its “#NiUnaMas” campaign, which protests violence against women in Mexico.
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.
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.
The Anonymous hacking collective released a video threatening cyber attacks on Turkey’s Internet, banks, and government as a part of their “#OpISIS” and “#OpTurkey” Twitter campaigns.
The Anonymous hacking collective has purportedly breached servers of three subdomains of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) website, resulting in the leak of 8,113 sets of usernames and unencrypted passwords.
In response to the Anonymous hacking collective’s “#TrollingDay” initiative, the pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Cyber Caliphate have released the purported personal information of about 160 out of a claimed “700 US Army” Personnel, along with publicly-available information about US Marine personnel.
Members of the Anonymous hacking collective have started the hashtag campaign “OpDavidCameronsFacebook” on Twitter, targeting the UK Prime Minister’s page on Facebook with mass requests for removal using Facebook’s “Report” function.
The Anonymous hacking collective has claimed breaching a webcasting site of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and posted dumps of the site’s databases, which included users’ names, email addresses, street addresses, and encrypted passwords.
The Anonymous hacking collective has claimed responsibility for taking down “more than 5,500” Twitter accounts affiliated with ISIS.
The Anonymous hacking collective has released their official list of names, aliases, and social media accounts, along with social media group pages, of approximately 375 alleged members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).
The Anonymous hacking collective and individuals supporting the “#OpKKK” campaign have released the first set of names, phone numbers, and email addresses of alleged members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), including the identities of several US politicians.