In reaction to police brutality, especially against protesters around the globe, the Anonymous hacking collective claimed to have disrupted 23 websites via Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and defacement attacks while leaking the databases of several police affiliated websites from Brazilian, French, Belgian and Italian domains.
The hacking group “Anon Ghost Team” defaced the Turkish government website www.bozyazimuftulugu.gov.tr with a statement announcing the start of “Operation Gov” against corruption in governments worldwide.
The Anonymous hacking collective has seized control of two Twitter accounts run by members of the white supremacist group Ku Klux Klan (KKK).
The London based news channel Sky News International was allegedly targeted and defaced by the hacking group “Anon Ghost Team.”
The “AnonGhost” hacking group claimed to have targeted 100 websites of various government domains in support to Palestinian Muslims.
The alleged hacker “GrenXPaRTa” claimed to have targeted the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center website and leaked its database on a pasting site.
The hacking group “Paw Security,” which recently claimed to have attacked the Zoological Society of London as part of operation “UnCaged”, has reportedly targeted the San Diego Zoo.
The alleged login credentials of 857 United Nations accounts have been released by the hacker known as “SirTheGod” on November 2, 2014.
The alleged hacker “SirTheGod” claimed to have stolen the administrator login credentials of T-Mobile employees, and subsequently released them on a pasting site.
An alleged hacker using the alias “SirTheGod” claimed to have breached the servers of NASA, and released credentials of its database and 2 administrator accounts.
The public transit designer company Trillium Solutions was reportedly hacked by “SirTheGod;” who then released the alleged login credentials of 135 accounts.
The alleged Russian hacking group “w0rm” claimed to have targeted and hacked the database of the computer technology company Lenovo.
The hacking group “Lulz Security” claimed to have hacked the Australian University of Wollongong and the University of Colombo of Sri Lanka, and published their alleged content from their databases on a pasting site.
The alleged hacking group “NaziParty” claimed to have breached University of Oregon, releasing a Local File Inclusion vulnerability on a pasting site.
The Russian hacking group “w0rm” has claimed to have successfully penetrated Subway restaurant’s servers, and more specifically their Point of Sale system.
The Syrian Electronic Army allegedly hacked into the Twitter account of UNICEF to report on the October 1, 2014, bombings in Homs that resulted in the deaths of 49 children.
Two alleged hackers, “XIII” and “AzR,” claimed to have breached The CFA Society of South Florida, a non-profit organization, and released part of its database.
The hacking group “AnonSec” claimed to have attacked the Indonesian IT Solution Provider Digital Kreasi and leaked its database on a pasting site.
The hacking group “AnonSec” claimed to have attacked the Syrian Center for Documentation, releasing user account and email credentials from its database.
The hacking group “Paw Security”, which has been focusing on animal rights in “Operation No Hunt,” claimed to have targeted the Argentinian Ministry of Transportation, Canada’s CJSF Radio and ElkHorn Vacations, while releasing vulnerability details for other websites.
An alleged hacking group using the alias “Bekasi X Code” claimed to have targeted the Taiwanese digital imaging corporation Microtek International Inc., leaking its database as part of “Operation Leak”.