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How to Post Your Dice Resume Anonymously

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By Alicia Ouverson Some people prefer to post their resume without showing their name or contact information. Dice allows for this option– you’ll just need to set your profile as confidential. To do this: After logging into your Dice account, click on the ‘Manage/Add Resumes’ link in the My Resume section of your dashboard page. In the Available Resumes section, click the Edit link to go to the Edit Profile and Resume page. In the first section under Search Settings,… continue…

Google Developing Anonymous Ad Tracker: Report

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Google’s AdID would boost the company’s role as an Internet gatekeeper. continue…

GoDaddy Claims Internal Issue, Not Anonymous, Caused Outage

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GoDaddy is claiming its widespread Sept. 10 outage was due to internal issues, not an external hack. continue…

Anonymous Possibly Tricked Users

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Internet users might have been tricked into participating in a series of web-based attacks on United States government sites that took place recently. Anonymous, a group of Internet activists that are known for stepping outside the bounds of the law in some of their protests launched a series of distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks on US Government sites on or about Thursday January 20th (depending on where in the world you live). They have done this sort of thing… continue…

FBI, Music Sites Targeted by Anonymous

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The FBI, Universal Music, RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) and Hadopi — the French government agency responsible for “protecting creative works on the internet”— all had their websites taken down following distributed denial-of-service attacks by the hacker group Anonymous, according to the BBC News. Amid all the protests against anti-piracy legislation, the FBI took down Hong Kong-based file-sharing site Megaupload and arrested at least four people in New Zealand. Anonymous, however, didn’t take kindly to the action, and attacked federal government and music industry websites.… continue…

Anonymous Plays Robin Hood in Attack on Stratfor

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Anonymous claimed responsibility over the weekend for attacking the website of security think tank Stratfor and using subscribers’ data to make donations to charity. On Twitter, the hacker group said it used pilfered credit card numbers to make donations totaling $1 million. Though Stratfor’s client list includes the likes of Apple, the U.S. Air Force and Miami Police Department, the donations were made on the credit cards of individuals, such as Allen Barr of Austin, recently retired from the Texas… continue…

Anonymous Names Names in Child Porn Sting

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Continuing its attacks on child pornographers, dubbed #OpDarknet, the hacktivist group Anonymous has published the Internet addresses of 190 alleged pedophiles. The group previously claimed to have disabled more than 40 child pornography websites. Anonymous claims to have worked with the Mozilla Foundation to create a modified browser plugin for the Tor network, which allows anonymous browsing of the Internet, to track visitors to the child porn site Lolita City. That’s a claim Mozilla’s add-ons product manager, Justin Scott, disputes. It made its… continue…

Anonymous’s Drug Cartel Disclosure Back On?

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UPDATED Though hacker group Anonymous was reported to have canceled plans to identify those working with Mexican crime syndicate Los Zetas, a spokesman for the group posted a video to YouTube saying the attack is still on. Barrett Brown, who is often the public face of Anonymous, said members had voted and decided to proceed with the action, dubbed #OpCartel on Twitter. The members are being careful to protect themselves and also to make sure that the right collaborators are… continue…

Anonymous Attacks Child Porn Sites

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Anonymous, a hacktivist group known for its attacks on corporate and government Web properties, is taking up a new cause: fighting child pornography. The group says the operation, dubbed #OpDarknet, discovered links to child pornography while browsing the Hidden Wiki, and found that 95 percent of the websites were hosted by Freedom Hosting. When the company ignored requests from Anonymous to take down the illegal content, the hackitivist group began its attacks to bring down the servers. Anonymous claims it disabled… continue…

Anonymous Strikes BART In Wake of Cell Shutdown

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Organizations are learning that offending the wrong people can lead to a hacker attack. The latest victim: San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit system. Last Thursday, BART officials attempted to stymy a protest by shutting down cell phone service at its stations. Last weekend, the hacker collective Anonymous broke into BART’s systems and released the personal data of more than 2,400 BART customers. It also compromised the www.mybart.org website, which on Monday was a default construction page. BART officials defended… continue…