Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Anonymous Leaks 38,000 emails from U.S. special agent

The hacker group Anonymous released 38,000 private e-mails belonging to a retired special agent supervisor and cybercrime investigator at the California Department of Justice (DoJ), Fred Baclagan.

According to a Pastebin post, the group got their hands on and are leaking "over 38,000 private emails which contain detailed computer forensics techniques, investigation protocols as well as highly embarrassing personal information." Also, among the revealed information is the agent's home address and phone numbers.

They claim to have hacked into and hijacked two of his Gmail accounts, accessed several dozen
voicemails and SMS text message logs, his Google web history, listened to private voicemails and used his Google voice account to notify his friends and family of "how hard he was owned."

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