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Anonymous logo shows up on Bart.gov and CaliforniaAvoid.org, while user info is also leaked.
The site of the forthcoming Apple store in Hamburg is suddenly adorned with a rather large Windows Logo. No one has yet claimed responsibility.
"Sophisticated" attack briefly defaces site with message accusing the U.S. of supporting a policy of killing in Syria.
Certificate authority DigiNotar says its system was breached and that a fraudulent certificate for Google.com found its way to the Web.
Third-party vendor manages 49 House of Representative Web sites that were hacked following president's address, and 18 that were defaced last year, report says.
The latest hacks bring the total against Sony to 16, the group LulzSec says as it exposes data from several internal Sony networks.
Loosely affiliated supporters mount an online protest over new laws in Lithuania banning the display of Soviet symbols.
In the "Iranian Cyber Army" incident, Twitter has once again proven embarrassingly vulnerable. The good news? It doesn't look like user accounts were compromised--not that Twitter stores a whole lot of personal information.
Now that the bad guys have found a generic way to attack SQL-based Web sites, look for more attacks in the near future, says CTO of WhiteHat Security.
Civilians recruited by Russian language social-networking sites and using Russian Mafia-associated botnets perpetrated many of the cyberattacks on Georgian government Web sites during the five-day Russian-Georgian war in 2008.