Wednesday, 5 June 2013


The hacktivist collective Anonymous pledged to support protesters in Turkey by attacking "every Internet and communication asset of the Turkish government." Now they've been joined in their fight by another infamous group of hackers, the Syrian Electronic Army

On Wednesday, both groups scored their first significant victories, successfully hacking two different government networks, and getting access to sensitive data pertaining to Turkish officials

Through a phishing attack, Anonymous got its hands on the email accounts, passwords and phone numbers of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his staff, hacking his official website, according to the hacktivists' press release. A government official confirmed the breach to Reuters. Read more...

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