AntiSec: Record-setting document leak targets officers and informants

August 6, 2011
Cyber Security, FedCyber Wire
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via The Tech Herald

On Saturday, the AntiSec movement struck again. With a new website, ala-HBGary, participants in AntiSec published more than 200,000 emails and the personal details of hundreds of police officers. The leak is part spite, representing a deep-seated anger towards law enforcement in general, and response to the arrest of those associated with previous attacks on PayPal.

When compared to other AntiSec leaks, Saturday’s is by far the largest. The leaked data includes 1,474 username and password combinations, granting access to webmail accounts, FTP and SSH accounts, Webhosting control panels, and private directories protected with .HTACCESS.

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