The Islamic State (IS)-linked “Anshar Caliphate Army” claimed defacing the website of an Indonesian vocational high school.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group allegedly attacked a popular school website host, resulting in defacements affecting numerous U.S. school websites with messages promoting IS.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) claimed to have hacked the Saudi Arabian government and published a list containing employees’ data, including their names, phone numbers, and email addresses.
A group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) defaced the website of Chaitanya Colleges, a group of educational institutions in India.
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.
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.
A self-described “cyber security enthusiast” targeted a server of IBE, a Polish Educational Research Institute, in a purported “command injection” cyber attack.
As part of the “#WorldUnderHacks” campaign, IS supporters on Twitter have disseminated purportedly “hacked” information from the Italian “Ruggero di Lauria” Institute of Higher Education.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) or “Elite Section of IS” have claimed defacements of websites and posted over 270,000 purported Twitter account login details as part of their hacking campaign, called “#WorldUnderHacks.”
AnonSec claimed hacking the Windsor University School of Medicine, releasing the personal details of over 6,000 students, and "deleting" $9.4M of student debt.
An alleged Saudi hacking team “Hacker 511” purportedly targeted Xi’an International Studies University and released information about its databases on Pastebin.com.
An Anonymous-affiliated hacking group called “KelvinSecTeam” has purportedly breached the University of Havana, Cuba and released usernames and passwords.
The alleged hacking group “Nightmare Squad” claimed to have targeted Australia’s University of Queensland, and released account login credentials.
The Anonymous hacking collective has allegedly breached the website for the British Columbia Electrical Association (BCEA) and exposed members’ information.
An alleged hacker using the alias “Ulzr1z” claimed to have targeted the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to commemorate the approaching second year anniversary of the death of Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide following his arrest for hacking into the MIT systems.
Duke University was allegedly targeted by the hacking group “AnonSec” who released its user database on a pasting site.
An alleged hacking group using the alias “Kelvin Security” claimed to have targeted and breached the systems of University of Alaska, releasing its database on a pasting site.
The hacking group “AnonSec” claimed to have targeted the servers of University of Nebraska – Lincoln, and released various accounts’ data on a pasting site.
The hacking group “Anon Security” claimed to have targeted the Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute of the United Nations University in Netherlands, releasing its database on pasting sites.
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.