Hackers attack Panda Labs site after Anonymous arrests
London, Mar.8 (ANI): Hackers identifying themselves with Antisec have attacked the website of Panda Labs' anti-malware products.
It follows yesterday's arrest of an alleged member of the movement alongside others linked to the Lulzsec hacking collective, the BBC reports.
The site's front page was replaced with a message saying "Love to Lulzsec/Antisec fallen friends".
It accused the firm of having helped police arrest other hackers last month. The company denies the claim.
The group Lulzsec and hackers involved with "Operation Antisec" all identify themselves under the wider Anonymous heading.
Panda Lab's Spanish parent company, Panda Security, said it was investigating the intrusion but said it could assure its customers that none of their information had been compromised. (ANI)
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