Posts Tagged ‘Hackactivist’

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From a Hacktivism against Ben Ali to a cyber war between political parties

By Haythem El MIR On January 2, 2011 around 22h, the group of activists Anonymous launched one of the most massive and severe attacks against Tunisian cyberspace, protesting against political practices that plague the freedom of Internet access and denouncing abuses related to human rights. The attack lasted ten days, affecting about fifty servers belonging [...]

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Is Your Organization The Next Targeted Attack?

Article By Rick Lawhorn CISSP, CISA, CHP, CHSS Internet Terrorism, Cyber Security Attacks, electronic terror, “bad guys”…whichever term you may use still means the same thing…groups of people perform targeted attacks on resources to cause harm or disruption for their own gain.  No matter what label we give them, they still want what you have [...]

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