Saturday 24th June 2017

    Hackers attacking Canadian casinos and mining companies on the look out for new targets, says research
    Hackers attacking Canadian casinos and mining companies on the look out for new targets, says research
    Hackers shut down the Canadian intelligence agency's website Tuesday, officials said. The intrusion came two weeks after several Canadian government websites were disrupted by the hacker collective Anonymous in protest of a new anti-terror law that critics say tramples civil rights.

    Hackers shut down the Canadian intelligence agency’s website Tuesday, officials said.The intrusion came two weeks after several Canadian government websites were disrupted by the hacker collective Anonymous in protest of a new anti-terror law that critics say tramples civil rights.The suspect or suspects in this new case mused on Twitter about whether to “let CSIS back online and hit another government website”, or continue attacking the Canadian Security Intelligence Service website with what appeared to be a denial of service attack flooding a network with useless traffic.Broadcaster CTV, citing anonymous sources, said the suspect is connected to Anonymous and had previously targeted several Canadian police websites in order to bring attention to the controversial Bill C-51.

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