Hackers Go Wild
A wave of cyber attacks has left corporations and government organizations in a state of shock andconfusion.The Hacker News reportsthat they have received a message from the hacking group, Pakistan Cyber
claiming the group has hacked Acer Europe’s server and stolen sensitive information.
THN have posted a screenshot of the data reportedly collected, which included the personalinformation of 40,000 customers, including their names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mailaddresses, and the names of products they had purchased.According to The Hacker News, the PCA plans to release more data within the next 24 hours,
and will follow that up with a press release discussing its reasons for hacking Acer’s Europe
mails it stole from Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
documents, most of the files are passports and visas, relate to an “oil meeting.”
NATO Gets a Warning
The organization has also launched a
new operation it’s calling Op NATO Black Fax/E
Users can surf to the OpNATO page and send a free prewritten fax to the North Atlantic TreatyOrganization in defense of Anonymous. The organization has posted a list of fax numbers to the
page, and has asked supporters to send “as many [faxes] as you can” to those numbers.
“It has come to our attention that you have classified Anonymous a ‘potential threat to thesecurity of *your+ member states,’ and that you seek retaliation against us,”
reads the letter toNATO, which is made up of the U.S., Canada, and the U.K., among other countries. Anonymousgoes on to ask the member nations to
“retaliate against us in any manner you choose.” However, even if some of its members are jailed, the letter reads, the nations will find “that Anonymous continues to live on.”
Anonymous’ letter ends with the following threat: