Feb 152011
 
 February 15, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Misc

Andy Greenberg writes:

WikiLeaks and its inner circle of supporters may not have been the only targets of a group of security firms that offered to take on the secret-spilling site on behalf of Bank of America. In an email conversation, the head of one of those firms also suggested going after the thousands of individuals who have donated to the group.

Read more on Forbes.

Related: Anonleaks.ru contains a search engine for emails and files hackers obtained from HBGary and HBGary Federal. Cryptome.org also provides organized compressed files of some of the materials, including an application Aaron Barr filed out for a Defense Dept. contract that lists all of his personally identifiable information plus that of his family members. Some might suggest that the latter is somewhat ironic as his own techniques seemingly involved gathering personal information on those who his clients might wish to discredit or know more about.

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