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  • Haitus Ended! April 6, 2015 - Getting back on the horse with updating and getting things up and running the way they should be. More updates to come!
  • GoDaddy Hacked, This Website Crashed! September 11, 2012 - A quick video of the warning… Anonymous member claims responsibility for an attack that has crippled one of the world’s largest website hosts. by Dan Crabtree September 10, 2012 Millions of websites hosted by GoDaddy (including godaddy.com and godaddy hosted emails) went down today from 2pm EST to around 7pm EST due to a DNS service outage, which one alleged Anonymous leader is claiming as his handiwork. Technically, three of GoDaddy’s DNS (Domain Name System) servers failed to resolve as a result of the hack, which Twitter user @anonymousown3r has called his doing. Shortly after GoDaddy sites started dropping by...
  • Researchers Develop Frankenstein Virus? August 25, 2012 - Vishwath Mohan and Kevin Hamlen at the University of Texas at Dallas recently created Frankenstein, software that creates unique malware by combining code from the applications it finds on a PC. “Once Frankenstein finds itself on a computer, it starts looking for specific pieces of code from programs such as popular web browsers and even Notepad,” writes Softpedia’s Eduard Kovacs. “These elements, called gadgets, ultimately create malware that’s capable of performing certain tasks. ” “Frankenstein follows pre-written blueprints that specify certain tasks — such as copying pieces of data — and swaps in gadgets capable of performing those tasks,” writes...
  • New BIOS Security August 23, 2012 - Network World — There’s a growing threat of attacks on computer basic input/output system (BIOS) firmware, and to deter it, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is putting in place new security guidelines for updating the BIOS. And in doing this, NIST is getting high-tech manufacturing to raise the bar on security. “Last September, the first BIOS-based rootkit in the wild was discovered, called Mebromi,” notes Andrew Regenscheid, math researcher and project leader in NIST’s computer security division. While criminals creating malware have spent far more time over the years targeting Windows applications and operating systems (OS), the...
  • PSN Hacked Again? August 22, 2012 - The Twitter feed for YourAnonNews just alerted everybody to a PasteBin dump that claims to have hacked the PSN. The guy behind it says that he’s not on Twitter, Facebook or IRC. I’ve never heard of an Anonymous member not on IRC, but let’s indulge him for now. Here’s the statement from the alleged hacker on PasteBin: Think outside the box. I am a man with no name, I’m the man behind Anonymous, hence “master & card visa takedown in 2010″ FBI, will you seize the innocent doors,or a devil behind that door whos staring right at’cha? I got no...

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