Anon’s top 5 hacks

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West­boro Bap­tist Church:

Anony­mous hacked the independent Amer­i­can Bap­tist church’s web­site to protest its ex­treme stance against ho­mo­sex­u­al­ity.

The Koch broth­ers:

The bil­lion­aire con­ser­va­tives and prom­i­nent Tea Party back­ers were tar­geted with a de­nial-of-ser­vice at­tack on the web­site of their ad­vo­cacy group, Amer­i­cans for Pros­per­ity, for ma­nip­u­lat­ing po­lit­i­cal agenda.

The Church of Scien­tol­ogy:

Anony­mous launched an elab­o­rate dis­rup­tion cam­paign against the Church of Scien­tol­ogy in 2008 called Project Chanol­ogy, spam­ming the church with emails, faxes, phone calls and de­nial-of-ser­vice at­tacks.

Wik­iLeaks’ foes:

Cy­ber Se­cu­rity:

Anony­mous leaked US cy­ber­crime se­cu­rity firm chief ex­ec­u­tive Aaron Barr’s pri­vate emails, re­veal­ing an in­sti­tu­tion that em­ployed dirty tricks to pre­serve its im­age, forc­ing Barr to re­sign.

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