Slovenian Anonymous Hacked the UntouchablesAdded: Sunday, February 16th, 2014
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Slovenian hackers claimed they managed to break into the Federal Bureau of Investigation and uploaded email addresses and personal data relating to the director to online storage website called Pastebin.
The Slovenian branch of Anonymous confirmed they had posted the FBI domain email addresses and passwords for about 70 agents, while adding that the collected log-in details were “not all ours”.
Anonymous also uploaded a short profile on FBI director James Comey.
The data included his date of birth, his wife’s name, the date they got married, his education and the geographical coordinates of his residence.
In addition, a couple of internal FBI portals are also included in the post – the agency’s Virtual Academy site from its training division, and the Agents Association.
It was revealed that 2 of the FBI’s domain name servers for www.fbi.gov were affected, and the hackers stole data from 7 open ports on the servers.
The Pastebin link was posted by Anonymous Slovenia on their Facebook Page, with a comment “Laughing at your security”.
The famous hacking collective has been out of the headlines lately due to infighting amongst its members.
Anonymous had developed a reputation for being script kiddies arranging DDoS attacks. However, the recent news suggests that there are still good hackers in the outfit who keep working despite of the group’s shortcomings.
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Sunday, February 16th, 2014
|What comes around goes around.|
|posted by (2014-02-16 14:53:33)|
|FBI? They're (mostly) the good guys ... Try hacking a group that people are beginning to hate, like Homeland Security or the NSA, and if you REALLY want to make international friends, take on the CIA.|
Of course THOSE groups all have MUCH stronger security than the FBI's public servers.
|posted by (2014-02-16 15:19:34)|
|PS. It won't affect me in any way what happens ... I live in Australia ... the closest we have to those organisations is ASIO (Australian Security investigation Organisation), a group that actually OBEYS our current laws and constitution.|
|@4 - Hahaha... keep chewing on that blue pill!|
|posted by (2014-02-17 05:51:37)|
|ASIO obeying our laws not likely. What about the illegal phone tapping of the indonesian Primimester Wife's phone and also caught out phone tapping ordinary Aussies.ALso ASIO spying on the East Timor for corporate gain.|
So i don't think our government as clean as you might want to think.
|posted by (2014-02-17 16:30:27)|
|Could it be a honey pot? Put info of common public data on a server and watch who hits it?|
|FBI is good, relatively speaking. Hack NSA. Better yet, hack the accounts of those in charge of these groups (NSA, politicians backing these illegal and questionable actions). Air out their dirty laundry!|
|if you loose freedom you loose life|
|sensitive information such as his date of birth, his wife's name, the date they got married, his educational history and even the geographical coordinates of his residence.|
None of that is "sensitive" information. You can get all of that from public records, or like other way lolz
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