About ALF > Worldwide Actions
Actions in Cyberspace

Both For and Against Animal Rights

Actions Reported to Biteback - Cyberspace

3 Japanese hacked in whaling protest - February 2016
Anonymous Shuts Down Japanese Airport Website After "The Cove" Actor Is Arrested - Jan 25, 2016
Nissan shuts down websites after anti-whaling cyberattacks - Jan 2016
Hack Crusade Vs Whaling - Dec 2015
Anonymous Shut Down 'Taiji Cove' Website Over Dolphin Killings - Jan 2014
Actions Reported to Biteback - Mexico - August 2013
Actions Reported to Biteback - Spain - August 2013
Activists Hack Hudson Valley Foie Gras Website, Publish Names and Addresses of Customers - April 2013

Hudson Valley Foie Gras Hacked by Activists, Customer Names and Emails Leaked
We Are Anonymous Animal Liberation #4 - December 2012
Fur Website Hacked, Decorated with ALF Message - August 2012
We Are Anonymous (Animal Liberation #2) - February 2012
Data Dump, Defacement of Fur Store Website - October 2011

Hacktivists Embarrass for Animal Rights - August 2011
Animal rights activists hack 'Dog Wars' app - August 2011

Anonymous Hackers Group Declares Solidarity With Animal Liberation Struggle - July 2011

US Gov. Software Creates 'Fake People' on Social Networks to Promote Propaganda - Feb 2011

Ugly Side of Net Vigilantes - February 2011

March 16, 2009 -- Electronic Sit-In Against HLS

On Friday, March 13 an "Electronic Sit In" began targeting the websites of RMSBG (HLS auditors), Bayer (HLS customer) and one of HLS' own websites.

The sabotage works when a large number of computers continuously load the target website, tying up the website's bandwidth and denying legitimate users access.

Image: screenshot of HLS' website, , on March 16.

January 20, 2009 -- Hackers Target HLS Suppliers

On January 19, Hackers Against Oppression targeted PDP Couriers and Phenomenex, two suppliers of Huntingdon Life Sciences, with the intent to bring the company's websites down for the day. The "International Electronic Civil Disobedience" action was conducted in solidarity with SHAC prisoners in the UK and USA.

July 3, 2007 -- Computer Problems for HLS Shareholder

reported anonymously:

"over 300 associates of Lagrange Capital Management have had their access deleted from the Lagrange website, your password wasnt hard to guess Grange, times up, sell your shares in Huntingdon Life Sciences.

email grange at: [email protected]

Animal Liberation Front"

Fair Use Notice and Disclaimer
Send questions or comments about this web site to Ann Berlin, [email protected]