Anonymous claims hack on FBI partner site, shares databases

July 9, 2011
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Hacking collective Anonymous Friday shared databases and emails it said it obtained by hacking the website of a company that contracts with federal government agencies, including the FBI and the U.S. Department of Defense, for information management services.

That information, from IRC Federal, includes an FBI proposal for a “Special Identities Modernization (SIM) Project” to “reduce terrorist and criminal activity by protecting all records associated with trusted individuals and revealing the identities of those individuals who may pose serious risk to the United States and its allies,” Anonymous said.

“We also found fingerprinting contracts for the DOJ, biometrics development for the military, and strategy contracts for the “National Nuclear Security Administration Nuclear Weapons Complex,” the group said in a statement on public clipboard site PasteBin.

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