The openSUSE forums have been defaced, leaving account information of thousands of users vulnerable, according to The Hacker News.
An attack on the server of a T-Mobile supplier compromised data of an unknown number of the US mobile company’s customers, according to SC Magazine.
Tajikistan's Google, Yahoo, Twitter and Amazon domains have been affected by an Iranian hacker who breached the Domain Registrar (domain.tj), according to The Hacker News.
Some 2,000 user credentials have been leaked from the Directors Guild of Canada, which represents writers, actors, directors support workers and others in the country’s film industry, according to Cyber War News.
A massive security breach compromised 175,333 account passwords belonging to the World Poker Tour Amateur Poker League (WPTAPL), according to SC Magazine.
The Anonymous hacktivist group has threatened action against the Turkish government to back demands for a halt to persecution of demonstrators protesting the destruction of Istanbul’s Gezi Park, according to Softpedia News.
The international hacktivist group Anonymous has launched a series of attacks on Mexican municipal government sites in protest against central government policy, pasting Hitler moustaches and other derogatory images on photos of officials and calling on Mexicans to “Wake Up.”
The latest Edward Snowden NSA leak revealed a malicious flashing tool for Dell BIOS servers called DEITYBOUNCE, according to ZDNet.
The creator of the Mariposa botnet and Rimecud malware, Matjaž Škorjanc, was sentenced by a Slovenian court to almost five years in prison. His former girlfriend, Nuša Čoh was sentenced to eight months’ probation for money laundering, according to the BBC.
Google has violated article 18 of the Spanish Constitution and received a penalty of 300,000 euros for three law infringements, according to the Spanish Data Protection Authority (AEPD).
Hackers stole financial data of 3.7 million customers and told three Israeli banks they would release it on the underground market if they didn’t receive a payment in bitcoins, according to Israel Hayom.
The ZeroAccess botnet was abandoned by its creators after Microsoft took legal action against them, according to Microsoft’s Blog.
Hackers allegedly unleashed a DDoS attack on China’s Central Bank after the institution banned Bitcoin deposits, according to the Diplomat.
Unknown hackers broke into Washington Post servers and accessed employees’ usernames and passwords, according to the newspaper’s statement.