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The so-called RedHack leak – published by WikiLeaks at the height of Erdogan's post-coup purges in December 2016 – contained over 57,000 emails belonging to Albayrak. They detailed what Foreign Policy described as everything “from indirect involvement with ISIS' oil trade to free press crackdowns.”.
The hackers belonging to the radical left-wing group RedHack have repeatedly attracted attention with their spectacular operations. They have forced their way into the computer systems of the Turkish police force, the secret service and the country's Council of Higher Education. But in September 2016, ...

For example, in February 2017, Yucel was "invited" to police headquarters to be questioned about his interactions with the Redhack organization and about Erdogan's son-in-law Berat Albayrak's emails. He reported to the police on his own. The allegations were “provoking public hatred and enmity” and ...
The leak, sourced to a communist hacktivist group known as Redhack that has targeted the Turkish government in the past, span 16 years worth of what appears to be Albayrak's personal emails from 2000 to 2016. Neither Albayrak nor the Turkish government has yet confirmed the authenticity of the leaks.
In their 20 years of operation, the hacktivist group RedHack has pulled off many high-profile breaches, such as leaking documents from Turkish National Police, penetrating the Turkish army's Commando Brigade, wiping out electricity bills in protest of a power plant, and defacing milk companies that ...
Turkey has blocked access to major technology sites and services including GitHub, Microsoft OneDrive and Dropbox, seemingly to suppress circulation of some 57,623 stolen emails allegedly felt to reveal a widespread campaign of propaganda and deception. The Government under president Recep ...

Leaked emails from the Turkish government provide new details of how Turkey's pro-government Twitter troll army targets the opposition and silences media criticism in the media. Last Friday, RedHack, a Marxist hacker group, claimed to have hacked personal email accounts of Turkey's Energy Minister ...
The American hacker who is believed to have led attacks on government websites in more than 30 countries in 2011 and 2012 claimed that the U.S. government disregarded his interactions with the Turkish hacker group RedHack, with which he brokered an alliance with his own group, AntiSec. Evidence ...
Yucel is the seventh journalist jailed for reporting about the emails of Turkey's Energy Minister Berat Albayrak, which were publicly released in October by the marxist hacktivist group RedHack, then indexed by WikiLeaks. If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison. On Christmas Day, 2016, Turkish ...
The leak, sourced to a communist hacktivist group known as Redhack that has targeted the Turkish government in the past, span 16 years worth of what appears to be Albayrak's personal emails from 2000 to 2016. Neither Albayrak nor the Turkish government has yet confirmed the authenticity of the leaks.
In their 20 years of operation, the hacktivist group RedHack has pulled off many high-profile breaches, such as leaking documents from Turkish National Police, penetrating the Turkish army's Commando Brigade, wiping out electricity bills in protest of a power plant, and defacing milk companies that ...
Turkey has blocked access to major technology sites and services including GitHub, Microsoft OneDrive and Dropbox, seemingly to suppress circulation of some 57,623 stolen emails allegedly felt to reveal a widespread campaign of propaganda and deception. The Government under president Recep ...
Leaked emails from the Turkish government provide new details of how Turkey's pro-government Twitter troll army targets the opposition and silences media criticism in the media. Last Friday, RedHack, a Marxist hacker group, claimed to have hacked personal email accounts of Turkey's Energy Minister ...
Everybody who is linked with the online hacktivist group knows Sabu aka Hector Xavier Monsegur. Sabu was the chief informant of the FBI team that brought another Anonymous member, Jeremy Hammond in. Sabu has claimed that the U.S. government disregarded his interactions with the Turkish hacker ...
The American hacker who is believed to have led attacks on government websites in more than 30 countries in 2011 and 2012 claimed that the U.S. government disregarded his interactions with the Turkish hacker group RedHack, with which he brokered an alliance with his own group, AntiSec. Evidence ...
27 for links to RedHack, a group of hackers known for having links to terrorism. Turkey has also accused Germany of harboring thousands of suspects allegedly involved in the failed coup on July 15, 2016 which left more than 200 people dead, including soldiers and civilians. Shortly before Christmas ...
On May 22nd, Redhack, a Turkish left-wing hacker group, released reports from the Gendarmerie Intelligence Bureau on Twitter that indicated that the Reyhanlı attack had been known long before the event. Documents provided details on trucks carrying explosive devices and bomb-building materials, ...

27 for links to RedHack, a group of hackers known for having links to terrorism. On the other hand, Steudtner is accused of planning to incite ...
Das linke Hackerkollektiv RedHack hatte sich drei Monate zuvor Zugang zum E-Mail-Postfach von Albayrak verschafft und rund 60.000 E-Mails ...
The leaks came from a group known as RedHack, a “communist hacktivist group” that has targeted the government in the past. Redhack ...
The leak, sourced to a communist hacktivist group known as Redhack that has targeted the Turkish government in the past, span 16 years ...
Leaked emails from the Turkish government provide new details of how Turkey's pro-government Twitter troll army targets the opposition and silences media criticism in the media. Last Friday, RedHack, a Marxist hacker group, claimed to have hacked personal email accounts of Turkey's Energy Minister ...
We are a Team Of Professional HACKERS , a product of the coming together of Legit Hackers from the Dark-Web, (pentaguard,CyberBerkut, RedHack , Black Hat, White Hack ) we have been existing for over 12years, our system is a veryStrong and decentralized command structure that operates on ideas ...
We are a Team Of Professional HACKERS , a product of the coming together of Legit Hackers from the Dark-Web, (pentaguard,CyberBerkut, RedHack , Black Hat, White Hack ) we have been existing for over 12years, our system is a veryStrong and decentralized command structure that operates on ideas ...
Turkish officials have denounced the emails, which were illegally obtained by the Turkish hacktivist collective Redhack and published last October, as manipulated.
27 due to his links to RedHack, a band of hackers known for their terror links, in addition to spreading propaganda on behalf of the PKK terrorist organization.
The German government has condemned what it described as "absurd and unacceptable" comments by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about Nazism in the midst of a growing diplomatic spat between the two countries.
... on charges of terror propaganda and inciting hatred and enmity. Yucel -- a dual German-Turkish citizen -- had reported on leaked emails from Energy Minister Berat Albayrak, which were hacked by leftist collective RedHack and made available on ...
Jurnalistul lucreaza drept corespondent al publicatiei Die Welt si a fost arestat in urma cu 13 zile, dupa ce a relatat despre e-mailurile furate de hackerii stangisti de la RedHack din contul ministrului Energiei, Berat Albayrak. "Aceasta masura este ...
They discussed control of state media groups and influencing the public through fake users on Twitter, Die Welt reports. Another six journalists who work for Turkish media outlets have been arrested over the leak, dubbed the Redhack affair. A court in ...
Yucel had reported on leaked emails from Energy Minister Berat Albayrak, which were hacked by leftist collective RedHack and made available on Wikileaks.
14 after presenting himself at a police station for questioning over the emails that were obtained by the leftist hacker collective RedHack and made available on WikiLeaks. The energy minister, Berat Albayrak, is President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's son-in ...
14 after presenting himself at a police station for questioning over the emails that were obtained by the leftist hacker collective RedHack and made available on WikiLeaks. The energy minister, Berat Albayrak, is President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's son-in ...
According to a Die Welt statement at the time of Yucel's detention, the journalist reported on emails the leftist Turkish hacker collective RedHack had acquired from Albayrak's private email account. "The emails concerned control of Turkish media ...
The Die Welt journalist also was asked whether he had any links to the hacker collective RedHack, which obtained the energy minister's emails that were made available on WikiLeaks, Dogan reported.
The journalist, who works for the German news outlet "Die Welt," was accused of working for the banned leftist hacker collective RedHack which is suspected of being behind the breach of a private account belonging to Turkey's energy minister. Some 150 ...
The paper said Yuecel had reported on emails the hacker collective RedHack had obtained from the minister's private email account and available on WikiLeaks.
A Turkish pro-government paper, Sabah, claimed the reporters were detained for "making RedHack propaganda," as Turkey has designated the hacktivist group a terror organization.
New details have emerged about the March 2016 hack of the CD Projekt Red (CDPR) game studio's old forums. The hack was revealed in December 2016--nine months after the suspected data breach--in a forum post.
Six journalists were detained in Turkey December 25 for allegedly being connected to Redhack, a group that claims to be behind leaked emails of Turkey's energy minister Berat Albayrak who is also the president's son-in-law, according to the pro ...
Six journalists were detained in Turkey December 25 for allegedly being connected to Redhack, a group that claims to be behind leaked emails of Turkey's energy minister Berat Albayrak who is also the president's son-in-law, according to the pro ...
This is the fourth widespread ban in the country this year after the attempted coup, overnight detention of 11 members of the Parliament, Ankara bombing and the email leak known as RedHack leaks from Berat Albayrak, the Energy and Natural Resources ...
Though per its policy, WikiLeaks doesn't reveal its sources, the Turkish Marxist hacktivist group RedHack had previously claimed credit for and leaked Albayrak's emails.
Yalcindag was forced to step down as CEO of Dogan Publishing after Albayrak's emails were first leaked in September by RedHack, a Turkish hacktivist group. RedHack made good on its threat to make them public after the government spurned its demands ...
The leak, sourced to a communist hacktivist group known as Redhack that has targeted the Turkish government in the past, span 16 years worth of what appears to be Albayrak's personal emails from 2000 to 2016.
The bulk of Albayrak's personal mails was first made public by the Turkish hacker group RedHack. Activists published the documents after Turkish government refused to accept the group's request to set some leftist political prisoners free.
The leak, sourced to a communist hacktivist group known as Redhack that has targeted the Turkish government in the past, span 16 years worth of what appears to be Albayrak's personal emails from 2000 to 2016.
Red Hack is a Turkish Marxist hacking organization. The Turkish justice system decided against the publication and reproduction of the emails.
A group of Turkish hackers, RedHack, has a obtained the e-mails of the Minister for Energy. Immediately, a Turkish court forbade the publication and the reproduction of these e-mails.
Turkey temporarily blocked cloud service providers in October to prevent dissemination of leaked government emails by the "RedHack" group, but lifted the restrictions in less than a day for GitHub, Dropbox, and Google Drive. Individuals are also ...


 

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