In one of our previous videos on the five biggest anonymous leaks, we covered some of the most shocking revelations ever caused by this shadowy group of nameless hackers.
In response to the Charlie Hebdo shootings in January 2015, Anonymous declared war on al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and indeed all terrorists who would seek to reduce people's freedoms using brutal violence.
In a move that proved Anonymous has no time for bigotry from either side of the argument, in 2015 the website of Trump Towers was brought down for over an hour after some of its members took issue with the Donald's remarks on the campaign trail. Not everything Anonymous does is related to politics, because sometimes even all-powerful hackers need a little R and R. Now first off we must state that this is not a confirmed Anonymous hack, but it deserves to be on this list just for mentioning our dear lord and saviour Harambe.
Throughout 2009 it seemed that the loose collaboration known as Anonymous may have been about to collapse, as infighting over morals and a lack of worthy targets caused active numbers to drop. In November 2010 Wikileaks started releasing hundreds of thousands of leaked US diplomatic cables, which consisted of messages and information sent between the US State Department and its worldwide network of 274 consulates and embassies between 1966 and 2010.
The Arab Spring was a revolutionary movement of protest against the Governments of African and Asian countries such as Iraq, Syria, Libya, Jordan, Morocco and Yemen but to name a few.
Locals in Indonesia were baffled by the sudden appearance of a gigantic sea creature that has washed up on a beach.
Since it appeared in Maluku earlier this week, people have suggested it could be a giant squid, whale or octopus.
Whatever it is, the 15 metre-long carcass is pretty disgusting and was still bleeding a day after it was found, according to local media.
Asrul Tuanakota, 37, was the first person to spot the unknown creature but initially believed it was a stranded boat.
It is thought to have been there for days before being discovered, and its skin is discoloured.
M Nasrul Latulanit, a coordinator of Indonesia’s Marine and Coastal Resources Management, said samples have been taken from the scene for laboratory testing.
Four-metre fangs discovered in the carcass indicates it could be a jaw from a whale, he said.