Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
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The 24-year-old Pennsylvanian tried selling Energy Department supercomputer passwords to an undercover FBI agent.
“Google’s presence in the Palestinian territories, Google.ps, has been defaced by hackers,” who apparently dispute the Google Maps labeling of the Israeli and Palestinian borders.
Jon Gosselin stole his ex-wife's hard drive and snooped into her email, bank and cellphone accounts, to feed "false, defamatory and unflattering" information about her to a tabloid reporter.
Visitors to the website of a Syrian telecom provider wound up on AT&T’s site, and then T-Mobile’s, as part of an “apparent prank by a hacker who has been probing the country's Internet infrastructure for several days.”
Anonymous to FBI: Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated
After the bureau claimed authorities dismantled the hacktivist collective, Anonymous responded with a leak of thousands of records containing law enforcers’ personal information.
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