Saying "a line was crossed" with the treatment of tech activist Aaron Swartz, the group hacks a government site related to the justice system and distributes encrypted files it says it will decrypt unless demands are met.
With the DefCon hacking conference set to begin in Las Vegas next week, hacking group/movement/"idea" Anonymous is touting its own "social network," a site with the Googly moniker Anon+.
The Pirate Bay is back up, a someone who claims to be a former member of Anonymous takes responsibility for the DDoS attack.
Largest content delivery network says it has right servers, server design, and the know-how to help sites fend off DDoS attacks.
A member of Anonymous tells CNET why the activist effort targets government and corporate Web sites, even in the face of arrest, and why it has your best interests at heart.
Tables turn as hacker favorites are targeted in DDoS attacks.
U.K.-based hacker calls leaders hypocritical, says he was proud to support some operations, others not so much.
Hacktivists claim to have replaced Ministry of Defense site with a message to citizens and the military that has cracked down violently on a political uprising.
Online activists say attacking a tool they use is not part of their plan and they point to lone rogue Anon.