Turkey's Information and Communication Technologies Authority was recently breached by members of Anonymous.
"The operation was launched after the one of the country’s satellite television providers, Digiturk, blocked a couple of blogs that were hosting copyrighted materials," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"LegionNet reports that tons of data was leaked from the country’s telecoms authority as a form of protest," Kovacs writes. "User accounts, admin accounts, client listings and other private information was made available by the hackers."
Go to "Anonymous Hacks Turkey’s Telecoms Authority" to read the details.
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