A police spokesman confirms The Albuquerque Police Department official was attacked by a hacktvist group called Anonymous and important data leaked. The website in question had been down on Sunday. Priorily, the same group has posted a video on video sharing allegedly showing Albuquerque Police shooting a homless man James Boyd. On Twitter, “Anonymous” took credit for crashing the site and the group tweeted the home addresses of several police officials. APD said Sunday’s cyber threat has not affected public safety communications, so response services are OK. The police department’s Facebook and Twitter accounts are also down. APD disabled them in anticipation of a cyber-attack. Anonymous is also taking credit for crashing the city of Albuquerque’s website. A city spokesperson said the website was down for about five minutes. He wouldn’t confirm if it was because of anonymous.
Official website of Thailand police gets hacked yesterday night at 8 PM the responsibility was accepted by a group of hackers claiming to be the anonymous. how ever website was restored within few hours , hacker names Anon_0x03 accepted the responsibility of this defacement .
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21 year old Kingoray man was arrested yesterday by Queensland Police Cybercrime and Fraud wing.
several month before police seized a laptop which was encrypted during a raid to his house.
Police said that Hacker accessed a game developing website illegally and downloaded its database and few other files and posted on his twitter account. Police also said the man then created a website offering paid access to data on the company’s player database. Police investigated the man with the help of the US FBI as well as the company involved, which initially notified Queensland Police of the alleged offence.
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