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Anonymous Strikes Again, Posted 90,000 Military Accounts

Written on July 12, 2011 by Lulu

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Anonymous continues its hacking campaign, and their latest targeted site is the US military contractor -- Booz Allen Hamilton.

Anonymous continues its campaign to hack several high profile sites. The latest hack attack that they claimes is the US military contractor, Booz Allen Hamilton.

According to a report, Anonymous posted 90,000 email accounts of military personnel associated with the consulting company. Those accounts that were leaked was compose of Air Force, Marine Corps, Department of Homeland Security, CENTCOM, and SOCOM. It still unclear if the leak mentioned will greatly affect Booz Allen Hamilton or some various government agencies. The said contractor has yet to make their public comments about the incident.

Aside from the leaked information, the hackers allegedly posted 4GB of source code from the company’s server along with several related data from other servers they’ve attacked.¬†Anonymous said that they attacked Booz Allen Hamilton because of the company’s alleged role in the SWIFT surveillance program.

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