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(covers information from several alternate timelines)
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In 2154, when Captain Jonathan Archer reverse-imprinted on a group of Xindi-Insectoid eggs, he felt that Lieutenant Malcolm Reed's order to destroy a Xindi-Insectoid starship might have been a deliberate attempt at sabotaging the Enterprise NX-01's mission to pursue means to stop the Xindi's planned destruction of Earth. (ENT: "Hatchery")
In 2155 in the mirror universe, Commander T'Pol lured Commander Charles Tucker III with the promise of a sexual encounter and then used a Vulcan mind meld to implant a telepathic compulsion in him to sabotage the ISS Enterprise's power systems and then altered his memory. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly")
In 2259 of the alternate reality, Admiral Alexander Marcus had the USS Enterprise's warp core sabotaged during its mission to fire 72 advanced long-range torpedoes at the traitor John Harrison's location on Qo'noS. Marcus intended to strand the Enterprise on the Federation-Klingon border, where a Klingon patrol investigating the attack would come across the ship, thereby giving Marcus a reason for the Federation and Klingon Empire to go to war. Later, Montgomery Scott snuck onto the USS Vengeance and sabotaged it to stop Marcus from attacking the Enterprise. (Star Trek Into Darkness)
In 2268, the USS Enterprise was ordered to Deep Space Station K-7 based on Undersecretary for Agriculture Nilz Baris concerns that the Klingons might attempt to sabotage a shipment of a quadrotriticale being held there. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles") Around the same time, the USS Defiant arrived from the future, carrying with it the Klingon agent Arne Darvin. When Darvin was finally caught by Lieutenant commander Worf, Worf suggested that Darvin might have sabotaged the Enterprise, but Darvin replied that he had done "nothing so mundane." (DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")
Montgomery Scott sabotaged the USS Excelsior in 2285 by removing chips from her main transwarp computer. This prevented the Excelsior from pursuing the stolen USS Enterprise. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)
That same year, following the destruction of the USS Horatio, Captain Jean-Luc Picard strongly suspected sabotage, based on a conversation he had with the ship's commanding officer, Walker Keel. His suspicion was confirmed by an investigation by Lieutenant Commander Data, as well as a visit to Starfleet Headquarters that revealed the existence of the neural parasites. (TNG: "Conspiracy")
The Klingon exobiologist J'Dan was accused of sabotaging the dilithium chamber of the USS Enterprise-D resulting in an explosion in 2367. It was later revealed that it was rather an accident and not an act of sabotage. (TNG: "The Drumhead")
While the Cardassians were withdrawing from Bajor after the occupation's end in 2369, Cardassians on board Terok Nor sabotaged and booby trapped the station, as part of standard military procedure when abandoning an outpost. (DS9: "Emissary")
In 2371, when Doctor Julian Bashir fell into a coma caused by a Lethean, he found himself trapped in his mind in a version of Deep Space 9. In his mind, the Lethean sabotaged Deep Space 9 and each time he did so, the damage caused was actually damage to Bashir's mind. (DS9: "Distant Voices")
That same year, under orders from Admiral Toddman, Michael Eddington sabotaged the USS Defiant's cloaking device's tetryon compositor. (DS9: "The Die is Cast") Eddington would later install a cascading virus aboard the Defiant in preparation for his defection to the Maquis, thereby sabotaging the vessel during its pursuit of him in late 2372. (DS9: "For the Uniform")
In order to make it appear that the Founders were a greater threat to Earth that they were, Admiral Leyton had Red Squad sabotage the global power grid in 2372, plunging Earth into a blackout. (DS9: "Homefront", "Paradise Lost")
In 2373, when a Pah-wraith took possession of Keiko O'Brien's body, she forced Miles O'Brien to make a number of modifications to the systems of Deep Space 9 that were ultimately intended to kill the Prophets. Sabotage was first suspected by Lieutenant commander Jadzia Dax when she discovered certain of the modifications by running a level 3 diagnostic. (DS9: "The Assignment")
That same year, a Changeling posing as Doctor Julian Bashir sabotaged the graviton emitters on Deep Space 9 to prevent an attempt to seal the Bajoran wormhole. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow") Following this, he engaged in a number of other acts of sabotage until he was finally killed. (DS9: "By Inferno's Light")
Also that year, when Nyrians took control of USS Voyager, Commander Chakotay and crewman Gennaro were the only two remaining crewmembers active on the ship, The Doctor not being activated. Chakotay ordered Gennaro to sabotage everything he could get his hands on and then proceeded to disable the ship's lateral EPS relays himself before rescuing The Doctor. (VOY: "Displaced")
In Lieutenant commander Tuvok's Insurrection Alpha holonovel, the holographic Commander Chakotay began to suspect the presence of a saboteur on Voyager when the ships warp engines had been offline for two days and he & Seska continued to experience issues repairing them. (VOY: "Worst Case Scenario")
During the Battle of Cardassia in late 2375, the civilians on Cardassia Prime sabotaged the planet's communications, transportation and power systems, causing a planet-wide blackout. This disabled the Female Changeling's ability to command the Dominion ships during the battle. The disarray caused by this allowed the allies to defeat the Dominion and Breen fleets and force them to retreat. It also led to the destruction of Lakarian City by Jem'Hadar forces and further threats to destroy Cardassian cities if the sabotage continued, which were carried out when the Female Changeling ordered the extermination of the Cardassians. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")
In 2376, Seven of Nine believed that numerous transmissions by the Qomar to Voyager were an attempt to sabotage it by overloading the system with "millions of teraquads of irrelevant data," but Captain Kathryn Janeway explained that it was actually fan mail being sent to The Doctor. (VOY: "Virtuoso")
When Voyager was split into 37 separate timeframes, Commander Chakotay encountered a version of Captain Kathryn Janeway in a timeframe prior to the ship's having become lost in the Delta Quadrant. Though he tried to tell her that he believed he had been seven years into the ship's past, she suspected instead that he learned Voyager had been assigned to capture him and came on-board to sabotage the ship. (VOY: "Shattered")