Blog Posts Tagged with "TeaMp0isoN"


TeaMp0isoN Claims U.K. Anti-Terrorism Hotline Hack

April 12, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"We did it with ease. Their security is bizarre, it's as if they have no security whatsoever. The security they lack, it's incredible. They use an old phone system. It's pretty much the art of phreaking," a TeaMp0isoN member called 'Detonate' said in an interview...

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T-Mobile: Hacktivism Strikes Again

January 16, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

The technique is always the same: ridicule the opponents, show their inability to secure their networks, and express disagreement with the decisions and policies pursued by companies and government organizations...

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Top Ten Information Security Events from 2011

January 03, 2012 Added by:Headlines

As 2011 was such an eventful year where security is concerned, no doubt many readers will point to numerous instances where they feel an episode was overlooked that should have been included in the top ten - but hey, you have to draw the line somewhere...

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TeamPoison Hacks UN Development Program Servers

December 02, 2011 Added by:Headlines

“The UN has said that the information exposed is old data, but if you look at the YouTube video released by the hackers on Monday it shows account details and usernames as well as personal email addresses... so these people could well be compromised at work and at home..."

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The Lulzboat Sailed and All I Got Was This Garbage File

June 26, 2011 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

I expect LulzSec's real legacy will be the creation of more draconian laws by the government as a backlash to their antics. Laws that will make all our lives a bit less private and a lot more prone to being misused. I also expect that the lulz will continue, though at their expense...

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Did LulzSec Hack Apple's iCloud and Steal Source Code?

June 24, 2011 Added by:Headlines

An anonymous Pastebin posting from June 21 states that hackers claiming to be part of the LulzSec collective successfully breached Apple's iCloud networks several weeks ago. The posting claims that the intruders mapped the network and "grabbed all their source code and database passwords..."

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