Hackers hit Spanish security co. in revenge attack
(AP) -- Hackers claiming allegiance to the amorphous Anonymous movement say they've defaced several sites belonging to online defense firm Panda Security.
U.S. and British officials charged six men and one adolescent with a host of computer crimes linked to Sabu's activities Tuesday, sowing anger and confusion among supporters of the loose-knit network.
But the group fired back with an attack against dozens of Panda Security subsites, accusing the company of working with law enforcement.
The Bilbao, Spain-based Panda Security said Wednesday its main site wasn't compromised.
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