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Anonymous, aka Anonymous, a hacking collective Anonymous, is an international network of hackers who target government, corporate, media and other targets.
It has a well-documented history of releasing sensitive information, including personal data, personal emails and other sensitive information.
It also targets journalists, government officials, and celebrities, according to the group.
A “black hat” hacker, also known as a “zero day” attacker, uses advanced techniques to infiltrate targets’ computers and get the data they’ve been collecting.
They can then leverage that information to access the target’s data.
A group called “Guardian Angels” also targets government and corporate websites and social media accounts.
They work to get a target to disclose sensitive information such as the source of a document or to reveal a hidden camera that captures video.
The so-called “Shadow Brokers,” a group of Chinese hackers, release malware to steal information from computers, servers and devices.
An anti-virus company called Kaspersky Lab released a report on October 18 that found that more than 90 percent of people who used the popular anti-malware product Avast on their computers had been infected by malware.
The “WannaCry” ransomware attack, which has affected at least 200 million computers worldwide, was spread by a group that was based in the United Kingdom.
The attack affected a wide range of government agencies and companies, including the U.K. Ministry of Defence, the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., the British Foreign Office, the U