Anonymous Exposed US Security ContractorAdded: Tuesday, August 9th, 2011
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Worldwide-known hacking group Anonymous claimed to have broken into the network of the American government contractor called Mantech, which resulted in publishing some NATO-related data on the Internet.
Hacker group Anonymous displayed the e-mails as proof of the breach, which appeared to involve NATO contracting offices. One of the exposed talks was about deploying development team to some war zone that NATO is involved with. One may have a strong feeling that the Taliban can do something with that.
Still, since Mantech offers cyber security among its services, it might be a bit miffed that the hacker group has gained access. The intrusion seems to have suggested that the campaign against hackers by the FBI and the British police simply failed. However, Inspector Knacker of the Yard has announced the arrest of three individuals in connection with the hacking activity. The list of those arrested includes teenager Jake Davis in Yell, in the Shetland Islands, off Scotland's north-east coast.
Jake Davis, 18, has been recently charged with hacking different systems and assisting offences, as well as with conspiracy to carry out attacks on the online service of the Serious Organized Crime Agency (Soca). The British media reported that he was brought to London for questioning and was charged with illegal access to some computer system; encouraging offences, and conspiracy with others to organize a DDoS attack on Soca's site, as well as conspiracy and conspiracy between the defendant and others to commit offences under the Computer Misuse Act contrary the Criminal Law Act.
The police who interviewed Jake Davis are positive that he’s the hacker nicknamed "Topiary", who was mouthpiece of the hacking group. Meanwhile, there are claims on the Internet that the police haven’t arrested anyone in the inner circle of the group yet. Actually, the rumours are that Anonymous has been purging itself of individuals it doesn’t like by making names of splitters available online. Moreover, the speculations were that the recent campaign launched by Anonymous against PayPal, where the hackers were calling to either boycott the electronic payment service or even shut up existing accounts, was their effort to go legitimate after losing too many members.
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Tuesday, August 9th, 2011
|Owned Much? Hackers are taking over. It all sounds good, but when my sh!t is exposed.... ima know these hacks led to it. Idk if im with it or against it, erg my mind|
|It wasn't expected that these POS are turning against each other.|
Actually, the rumors are that Anonymous has been purging itself of individuals it doesn’t like by making names of splitters available online.
The agencies involved knew this was going to happen and will exploit it to the max.
Arrest a bunch of low life piglets and poke them; hear them squeal for a deal..
|Has is not occurred to anyone that some of the inner circle if not all are LEA that formed a group to bring in people kind of like fishing, then after pulling some supposed bigger and bigger attempts, turn on each other and sell out the ones not in the LEA? Hacking is just another criminal tool the governments use to snoop the public with out legal authorization. and if an LEA gets caught well he just disappears in the red tape on is found to be innocent. I understand there are some really smart kids out there,,,but some of these intrusions are through encryptions that teams of geniuses wrote.||
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