After releasing the details of over 7,000 law enforcement officers last week, it looks like Anonymous is back again, this time with the help of Lulzsec. In their latest Antisec move: the two hacking groups have hacked over 70 law enforcement agencies and stolen 10GB worth of data from their endeavors. As usual, they’ve put the data up for download online.
The leak contains hundreds of compromising email spools, personal information about officers, police training videos, contents of insecure anonymous tip systems, over 300 mail accounts from 56 law enforcement domains, the Missouri Sherriff account dump (7000+ usernames, passwords, home address, phones and SSNs), online police training academy files, Plesk plaintext server passwords, the “report a crime” snitch list compilation and stolen credit card information from the mosherriffs.com online store.
Wow. Talk about a plethora of information. 2011 is starting to look a lot more like the year of the hackers instead of the tablet.
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