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Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Internet |

Anonymous fights back and this time was for the U.S. Department of Justice

Anonymous fights back and this time was for the U.S. Department of Justice

On Monday, Anonymous attacked again and this time it fell to the website of the Department of Justice of the United States, filtering about 1.7 GB of information service, announcing a series of internal emails, over the entire base site data.

Those of issued a statement justifying its action, adding that the data is made available to the public so that they assess their content. It is not clear yet if there is something interesting on the set of e-mails and other data.

Also, in response to cyber office of Justice of the United States maintained its website offline as a way to avoid further subtracting more information, something for which anyway was too late.

This office is a federal government agency for the Department of Justice of the United States, whose mission is to collect and analyze data subsequently linked to computer attacks on the network.

The data were filtered by Anonymous uploaded via a torrent file on by way of diffusion and mass arrival on the person seeking the inside scoop on the trial of TPB.

Here is a video where you can hear the full statement and the call made by the hacker group to fight for the release of information.

Link: Mail Monday Mayhem: Anonymous leaks Justice Dept 1.7 GB of data (RT)

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