Anonymous have led their latest attack on government websites in an attempt to 'help' Julian Assange, with a particular focus upon ensuring specific targets are disrupted and stay down for some time.
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WikiLeaks is back up and running again, in the aftermath of the DDoS attacks by the mysterious 'AntiLeaks' group that followed the release of 'TrapWire' survillance documents.
WikiLeaks has been facing a sustained DDoS attack for over 5 days, with a new patriotic hacker group taking credit, but there could be more to the story (it involves surveillance and the government).
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has lost his appeal to avoid extradition to Sweden, and now has 14 days to make one final challenge to the ruling made by the U.K. Supreme Court.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could soon find himself under attack from an unlikely source, with reports WikiLeaks ''defectors'' are planning to launch a rival whistleblower site as early as next week. Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports...
It seems that Anonymous has suffered its first casualty in their cyber war on Wikileaks detractors. In the Netherlands, a 16 year old boy has been arrested for contributing to the Distributed Denial of Service...
Members of infamous hacker group Anonymous have reportedly taken up WikiLeaks' cause, launching denial of service attacks on a range of sites connected to founder Julian Assange. According to Ars Technica, Anonymous has attacked sites including...
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange turned himself in to British authorities earlier today and is now being held without bail, according to a report from TechCrunch. The embattled frontman for whistle-blowers everywhere remains in jail while...