The Syrian Electronic Army has reportedly hacked an online analytics system, which has resulted in parts of many websites showing popups and redirecting users away from the website.
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Emails stolen and leaked from Microsoft by the Syrian Electronic Army show that Microsoft can receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in charges from the government for information requests.
The Syrian Electronic Army hacker group has struck again, attacking the Forbes website and claiming that it has taken 1 million user names and passwords from the outlet
Microsoft has now revealed that "documents associated with law enforcement inquiries were stolen" as part of the recent phishing attacks on some of its employees' emails
Another Microsoft web property has been compromised as the Syrian Electronic Army has tagged the Office blog with their logo and made a few posts on the Microsoft website.
The Syrian Electronic Army hacker group claims that it "didn't finish our attack" on Microsoft, while the company has admitted the SEA hacked into a "small number" of its email accounts.
After several days of being shut down, Microsoft's official Skype blogs are back online after being hit with a cyber attack by the Syrian Electronic Army that defaced the site.
Microsoft is still not allowing access to their official Skype blogs one day after an attack by a hacker group defaced the site, along with highjacking their Twitter and Facebook accounts.
The hacker group known as the Syrian Electronic Army broke into the official Skype Twitter, Facebook and blog sites today, posting a message asking the VoIP service to "stop spying on people".