Hacker group Anonymous claimed responsibility of taking down Tunisian government’s official website. Anonymous

Hacking group LulzSec went out of the scene, but another collective of hackers, Anonymous, continues with its job. The hacking group has released a set of files containing documents and links to security and hacking resources on the internet. The released files also include various hacking and counter hacking tools along with the addresses of FBI bureaus in the U.S.

The size of the released file is 625 MB, and it seems to have come from the U.S. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Counter Terrorism Defence Initiative training program. Although the hackers linked to the CDI SENTINAL program page, they didn't mention the exact source of the file, ITProPortal reported.

Anonymous gained over 60,000 new followers in the last few hours, as LulzSec persuaded its Twitter followers to follow the @AnonymousIRC account after declaring its suspension.

Along with the earlier file, Anonymous also released another 457 MB file titled 50 days of Lulz on Piratebay. The file contains all recent releases including some internal data from AOL and numerous user details from various e-commerce websites.

The hacking group also said that it will release more confidential data of a size of 40TB from some evil company.