Originally posted by AntiSec:
This leak has names, addresses, phone
numbers, passwords, social security numbers, online dating account info,
voicemails, chat logs, and seductive girlfriend pictures belonging to a dozen
Arizona police officers. We found more internal police reports, cops forwarding
racist chain emails, k9 drug unit cops who use percocets, and a convicted sex
offender who was part of FOP Maricopa Lodge Five.
Originally posted by AntiSec:
We also hit the AZDPS spokesperson Stephen Harrison who been bragging to the
news about how they are upgrading their security and how they will catch the
evil hackers who exposed them. Clearly not secure enough, because we owned his
personal hotmail, facebook and match.com accounts and dumped all his personal
details for the world to see. The same fate will meet anyone else who tries to
paint us as terrorists in an Orwellian attempt to pass more pro-censorship or
racial-profiling police state laws.
They also said they found information about a racial discrimination suit from a former officer that they were not going to release, due to their support of his cause.
AntiSec also issued a threat in their announcement on ThePirateBay, which was brought to an end with these words; "we're not stopping until every prisoner is freed and every prison is burned to the ground."
They ended their announcement with an appeal to rival hackers to join their cause, and take up the assault on "the corrupt governments, corporations, militaries, and law enforcement of the world", attempting to entice those who are opposed to them into joining them with these words; "We promise you much more bounty to come guaranteed to bring smiles to the faces of all those who have hated the police. Unite and fight, for the flames of revolution burn bright!"
This hack brings up some important points:
- Never use your work e-mail as if it was your personal e-mail account, as you never know who might be reading your e-mails (your IT department often can without your knowledge).
- Sending personal information in an e-mail, especially social security numbers, is not necessarily safe. Such data should be encrypted, preferably with AES 256-bit encryption. Note, however, that nothing is 100% secure, and anything can be decrypted if given enough time (even if it takes hundreds or thousands of years).
- Don't log in to your online dating account at work. Seriously, browser sessions can be hijacked, and people can log in to your account (just ask these poor Arizona Police Officers who have had their dating site accounts hijacked). Most companies tend to prefer that kind of stuff to stay off of your work computer anyway, and I don't know about you but I personally don't want my tax money to be wasted on some public employee spending countless hours a month browsing dating websites on state/county owned computers when they should be doing the job that the state is stealing my money to pay them to do.
- Before you brag about your security, try actually making sure that you know what you are talking about. Nmap is a great place to start. Click the link, read what it does, learn to use it, and then probe your network from external locations to see what you can find. Then do some reading about security vulnerabilities in the software Nmap is telling you that your network is running. For an example of Nmap in action, I recommend the video at this link (skip to 11:40 in the video to see information detailing how easy it was to probe Microsoft's network).
Now, after watching too much of that Nmap video, my brain has completely lost focus, and I only vaguely remember what I was ranting about. Hopefully whatever it was I wrote about up there made sense, and here's the file list from that torrent:
Bruce_Campbell.rar -- 4.74 MiB Bruce_Campbell.txt -- 108.65 KiB Christopher_Sabo.rar -- 47.36 MiB Christopher_Sabo.txt -- 85.04 KiB David_Cesolini.txt -- 222.39 KiB David_Cesolini_Chats.txt -- 198.85 KiB David_Cessolini.rar -- 63.96 MiB David_J_Basaldua.rar -- 9.39 MiB David_J_Basaldua.txt -- 156.39 KiB Donald_Hansen.txt -- 53.55 KiB Donald_Nathaniel.rar -- 7.01 MiB Donald_Nathaniel.txt -- 173.49 KiB Edward_Connolly.rar -- 1.36 MiB Edward_Connolly.txt -- 28.63 KiB Gene_Moran.rar -- 2.18 MiB Gene_Moran.txt -- 48.96 KiB Joeseph_Wilson.rar -- 10.28 MiB Joseph_Wilson.txt -- 55.41 KiB Richard_Wooten.rar -- 3.65 MiB Richard_Wooten.txt -- 87.82 KiB Robert_J_Barry.txt -- 90.35 KiB Robery_J_Barry.rar -- 760.62 KiB Shawn_Evans.txt -- 87.5 KiB Stephen_Harrison.rar -- 3.48 MiB _Chinga_La_Migra_Dos.txt -- 14.33 KiB stephen_harrison.txt -- 162.23 KiB