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Australian Police arrested Two Anonymous Hackers

Two Australian Anonymous members arrested for hacking Australian and international websites and hacking government and corporate websites.

According to ABC News, police are alleging a 40-year-old man, from the Perth suburb of Scarborough, hacked into a computer group in Brisbane and Indonesian government web servers.

Another man, 18, from Penrith in New South Wales, allegedly hacked into internet service provider NetSpeed and the ACT Long Service Leave Authority both in Canberra.

Police have seized computer hard drives and other equipment. They say the two men are known to each other.

Assistant Commissioner Tim Morris, the AFP's manager of high-tech crime operations, said hacking can have a serious impact on businesses and government organisations.

Adam John Bennett, of Scarborough, appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court yesterday.

He was released on bail on a number of conditions, including that he not use the internet for any other purposes than for banking, employment and legal advice.

The 18-year-old man from Penrith is expected to appear before Sydney Central Local Court today.






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