/ A 26 year old who lives in Switzerland would be the ringleader of the group. Fifteen people have been reported and other 36 are involved. They are accused of crimes of abusive access to computer systems. The dome of the Anonymous hacktivist group has encajadado a new coup. A few weeks after the Spanish Interior Ministry announced the arrest of three people who he accused of being the most responsible for the attacks of the Association in Spain, the Italian police have identified members of the Italian Dome, according to police sources. IDs allowed for carry out 32 records and proceed with the seizure of computer equipment in Italy and Switzerland, where resided the regarded as ringleader of the Italian branch of Anonymous, a young man of 26 years. Thanks to the collaboration of the Swiss police, Italian agents managed c onfiscar computers and other computer equipment in the home of the alleged leader of Anonymous for Italy, an Italian known in the network with the Phre nickname and that currently resided in the Canton of Ticino (South of Switzerland). Under this operation, called Secure Italy, have been reported 15 people, aged between 15 and 28 years and among which there are 5 minors, while 36 others have been involved in the research.
The authorities of Italy accuse them of crimes of abusive access to computer system, damage to computer system and interruption of public service. Anonymous is behind the attacks on the websites of companies like the oil company Eni and Unicredit Bank, as well as the Senate, the Chamber of Deputies and the Presidency of the Italian Government. The method used by these alleged hackers, suspected that they also provided support to other foreign hackers, was, according to the police, the exploit large servers to request services and commands to the attacked web pages that were blocking the system. While in the past were needed for a computer attack hundreds of boys connecting did jump website, today used large servers that block system using appliances within the reach of everyone, said Deputy Commissioner Tommaso Palumbo, statements that reflects the Italian media. According to says on its website the Milanese newspaper Corriere della Sera, the researchers have confirmed that Italian hackers have provided support on some occasions to the Spanish and vice versa.