The activist hacker group Anonymous has scheduled for today a global protest, including cyberattacks on schedule and a march in front of the White House in the United States, and the British Parliament, in order to defend their causes.
And perhaps the first victim of the group has been the online payment service PayPal According to news site The Next Web, Anonymous claims to have stolen passwords of 28,000 business accounts.
Would be included along with the passwords information such as names, addresses and phone numbers, now under the control of digital activists. PayPal questions the veracity of the information because so far not identified any security breach. However, the company says it is investigating the case.