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Turkguvenligi hacks The Register, Telegraph and UPS !

By | September 4th, 2011|Categories: Business|Tags: , , , , , , , |

There has been a DNS Hacking causing visitors to The register to see a red and black page with the name TurkGuvenligi and underneath it says Hacked. Now reports are coming in on Twitter that the Telegraph and UPS have become victims of the same group. People are being warned not to sign in to these sites even if they do see the page as normal for at least 24 hours. Alex Norcliffe on twitter says this Turkguvenligi said on Twitter that he/they will not take any questions unless in Turkish So Charles Arthur tweeted this.  DNS saldırı kimler hedef? Netnames veya ASCIO?Ve neden?Google translate -  Who are the target DNS attack? Netnames or ASCIO? And why?Milyon Dolarlar - Millions of dollars ?? A few more questions went unanswered and then  Charles was told to email any questions in English, this is enough. Michael Brunton-Spall @Brunton-spall has said that also hit were lso Betfair, NationalGeographic, Vodafone and Acer.com The sites themselves were not hacked but the Domain Name Server  (DNS) hacking is a creating redirection to Turkguvenligi's site. Hope this helps      

After the 50 Days of Lulz ended – Anonymous promise surprising release.

By | June 28th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

Hackers Lutz Security announced their final release at the weekend, after 50 days of disruption for various corporations and governments and even Joe blogs on occasion. Their final day of tweets on the 26th of June were these.... Lulz statement "50 days of Lulz"  inform us that it was a planned 50 days of uninterrupted, chaotic thrill of entertainment and anarchy.  And that they believe that they have brought back the AntiSec movement that started in 1999, which they truly believe in. The Anti Security Movement (also written as antisec and anti-sec) is a movement opposed to the computer security industry. It attempts to censor the publication of information relating to but not limited to: software vulnerabilities, exploits, exploitation techniques,hacking tools, attacking public outlets and distribution points of that information. Movement followers have cited websites such asSecurityFocus, Securiteam, PacketStormSecurity, and milw0rm to be targets of their cause, as well as mailing lists like "full-disclosure", "vuln-dev", "vendor-sec" and Bugtraq, as well as public forums and IRC channels. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antisec_Movement During lulz  last days they released documents stolen from the Arizona Department of Public Safety and files that contain internal data from AOL and a variety [...]

Sony promises some Network and Qriocity service back today 4th May

By | May 4th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

We heard today that the PlayStation network will return online today - I'm not sure we will believe them until it happens as they appear to be struggling. On the 20th of April 2011 we were informed by Playstation that some areas of the Network were down.  Since then its gone from bad to worse, with very inadequate information from Playstation. The nightmare unfolds before our eyes. Following many rumours we soon found out that the PlayStation network had in fact been attacked by hackers and millions of  gamer's personal information including credit card details may have been compromised. 26/4/11 - Sony shared that they had infact had an unauthorised intrusion into the network, and that some personal information including, names, addresses emails but that there was no evidence of that credit card information was stolen. 30/4/11- PlayStation announce that some service will be available this week - following a criminal cyber-attack on the company's data centre on this press release at Playstation blog. Playstation advised people to change their passwords and to keep a sharp eye on their bank statements, even though I also read that PlayStation said that credit [...]