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ANONYMOUS HACKERS DECLARE WAR ON Al-QAEDA & ISLAMIC STATE TERROR GRPS

In retaliation against the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Hacktivist group Anonymous has decided to declared war on Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State. Anonymous from Belgium has posted the video message to Youtube in French launching the campaign against radical jihadists called #OpCharlieHebdo. In the video, someone wearing a Guy Fawkes mask spoke with a digitized voice over and referred directly to Al-Qaeda and Islamic State.

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MESSIAH HACKER SLAPPED WITH 105 MORE COMPUTER MISUSE CHARGES

An additional 105 computer misuse charges were pressed against alleged “Messiah” hacker James Raj Arokiasamy yesterday, bringing the total number of charges he faces to 162. The new charges relate to the alleged scanning of several government-related websites — including those of the Singapore Prison Service, Singapore Elections Department and Ministry of Communications and Information — as well as unauthorised access to Fuji Xerox’s web server.

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ANONYMOUS HACKING VANDALS GETS 2 MTHS JAIL & 3 STROKE OF ROTAN

The first out of the five men who vandalised public property by scrawling phrases feigning links with hacktivist group Anonymous was sentenced in the State Courts on Thursday (Aug 7). Muhammad Qamarul Arifin Sa’adon, 23, was sentenced to two months' jail and three strokes of the cane after pleading guilty to vandalising a pavement outside Sunshine Plaza — which is a property of the Land Transport Authority (LTA) — with four other persons on Nov 5 last year.

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The day Anonymous knocked on my door

The statement by Anonymous also came attached with the personal particulars of 10 individuals, including their names and government e-mail addresses. More significantly, it also listed much more private information such as birthdates, passport numbers, and mobile phone numbers. Interestingly, there were signs the data was pretty old. Some of the phone numbers were out of service, and some of the respondents told me they had long left the particular government agency identified via the associated e-mail address.

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ANONYMOUS LEAKS SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PERSONAL DATA

Based on the e-mail addresses, the people on the list are from a range of agencies such as the Singapore Prison Service, Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), national water agency PUB, Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Library Board (NLB), Singapore Police Force (SPF), National Environment Agency (NEA), Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), and Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA).

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Anonymous Hacker Threatens to Attack Singapore Government Social Media Profiles

The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has advised the public not to be alarmed if they notice “any unusual activity on Government social media channels”, in response to a cyber threat issued by a person claiming to be from the hacktivist collective Anonymous. The person had published a “press release” on Pastebin last Thursday, demanding the release of the five men who were arrested for vandalising a wall in Singapore.

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Hacker’s request for return of ATM card rejected

SINGAPORE — The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has denied a request by James Raj Arokiasamy, the alleged hacker who goes by the moniker “the Messiah”, to have his United Overseas Bank ATM card returned. In a letter to his lawyers, the AGC said: “Investigations are currently ongoing in respect of the bank account linked to the ATM card in question.”

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PMO website hacking case adjourned to February

Two brothers charged with hacking offences — including the alleged hacking of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) website — have had their cases adjourned to February. 27-year-old Mohammad Azhar Tahir faces 10 charges, including the alleged offence of modifying contents of the PMO website.

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