Anonymous refines Los Zetas campaign

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have refined a controversial plan to unmask collaborators of the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas.

Analysis: Anonymous cancels attack against Zeta cartel

Anonymous has decided to cancel its attack against the Zeta drug gang. While it’s probably a smart move, the way this all went down brings up more questions about how the enigmatic hacktivist collective operates.

Anonymous takes on Mexican Zeta drug cartel

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous are targeting the violent Zeta drug cartel in Mexico by threatening to expose members of the group.

Anonymous is with Scott Olsen in Oakland



Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have released a video in support of Scott Olsen, a Marine veteran who was critically injured during a controversial police crackdown against OccupyOakland protestors.

Anonymous targets Oakland Police Department

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have targeted the Oakland Police Department (OPD) and other law enforcement agencies that participated in a controversial crackdown against OccupyOakland protestors.

Anonymous prepares for a dystopian future

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous are gearing up for a dystopian future characterized by growing economic disparity, protests and police brutality.

Anonymous pledges to take down Fox News

Cyber activists purportedly associated with Anonymous are pledging to take down the Fox News website on Nov. 5th in retaliation for the network's allegedly biased coverage of the growing OccupyWallStreet movement.

Anonymous publishes 'pedophile list'

The Anonymous hacking group has posted a list of 1,500 people who it says used a child porn website.

Where is that frakkin’ Battlestar Galactica movie?

When I first heard about Battlestar Galactica coming back from the dead, like I do with most remake announcement these days, I rolled my eyes and uttered "Oh, please." 



Anonymous at the forefront of OccupyWallStreet protests

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous remain at the forefront of the rapidly growing OccupyWallStreet (OWS) protests as the movement goes global.

Pwned (former) HBGary Federal chief visits OccupyWallStreet

Aaron Barr - the former CEO of HBGary Federal - was infamously pwned by Anonymous after attempting to infiltrate and discredit the hacktivist collective.

Anonymous connects, occupies and reboots

Anonymous has targeted a prominent banker who was relieved of duty as Washington Mutual CEO shortly before it collapsed in 2008.

Anonymous evolves with Analytics

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous recently launched a website dedicated to providing the public with investigative reports exposing corrupt companies.

Is Anonymous split over OpInvadeWallStreet?

Cyber activists ostensibly associated with Anonymous have issued a communiqué denying that the collective called for a DDoS attack against the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 10. 

How to OccupyWallStreet anonymously with Vibe

A number of OccupyWallStreet protestors in and around New York City's Zuccotti Park are using a mobile app to anonymously communicate with each other.

What we can learn from Anonymous & WikiLeaks

Sometimes it seems that little has changed since the days of the Stonewall riots and anti-war protests in New York City.

Anonymous helps OccupyWallStreet march on


A brutal crackdown executed by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) against protestors has failed to halt the growing OccupyWallStreet movement.

Anonymous helps lead Wall Street protests

Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have been in the forefront of helping to organize and conduct protests against Wall Street bankers in New York City.



Anonymous releases 'Twitter-jacking' tool

The Anonymous hacking collective has released a tool allowing people to hijack topics trending on Twitter and send tweets on any topic within them.

Texas cops red-faced as AntiSec leaks docs

Texas law enforcement officials were left red-faced after Anonymous hackers associated with the AntiSec movement published "boatloads" of classified police documents extracted during a series of digital raids.