Video: Anonymous Says We Hacked Texas Law Enforcement Authorities part of AntiSec hackers retaliate after Anon-collaborator arrested by FBI

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Source: Russia Today
Dallas : TX : USA | almost 2 years ago
The hackers responsible for a Christmas Eve attack on consulting firm Stratfor released more information over the weekend, this time divulging email addresses, log-ins and passwords...
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Anonymous Says We Hacked Texas Law Enforcement Authorities

We are the local collective of San Antonio's Anonymous idea. We are here to share our information collected by our local citizens about issues happening in our community that we all know are wrong. We are here to tell the city of SAnonymous that we will not stand for the unjust and corruptions. We are here and we will be heard. anon210.com The information posted on the website consisted of email accounts, social security numbers and passwords for several accounts of law enforcement authorities The hacker group Anonymous is known for causing havoc in both corporate and government systems. It has declared war on the US, and in the past year alone, the group hacked Bank of America emails, NATO and supposedly threatened to destroy Facebook on November 5. Now, Anonymous is at it again, this time hacking the Texas Police Chiefs Association website for a brief period of time on Thursday. It replaced the home page with a list of police departments and officials whose email accounts had been hacked by the group. According to msnbc.com, the information posted on the website consisted of email accounts, social security numbers and passwords for several accounts of law enforcement authorities. In addition, classified police documents and lewd, racial jokes were posted to the site. Approximately 10 of the email accounts hacked were personal accounts of law enforcement officials, and most of the hacked police departments were those in small Texas cities or school district police <b>...</b>
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