Hackers publish purported list of 90,000 e-mails stolen from a site.
They claim to have cleared 4 GB of source address.
The international organization of hackers published a list of anonymous e-mails and passwords that claims to have copied from the network of Booz Allen Hamilton, a firm that advises the Department of Defense U.S..
The Anonymous said on Monday (11) have published more than 90 000 e-mails stolen from an unsecured server Booz Allen Hamilton.
The hacker group says it has deleted 4 GB of source code, thus revealing sensitive information that can help them to attack the U.S. government and its contractors, “said security firm Sophos, and said the real victim of this intrusion is” the U.S. government. “
Booz Allen Hamilton would not comment on the case
The Annonymous is considered a “threat” by NATO, due to the risks of piracy or block of information that sometimes affected the networks of the Atlantic Alliance.
Often defined as the “Robin Hood” computer, Anonymous has become known for their attacks against sites for U.S. credit cards Visa and MasterCard, in response to the decision to block donations to the site WikiLeaks, which publishes confidential information.
This organization has been the target of police action in the United States, United Kingdom, Spain and Italy.