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'Anonymous' hacks U.S., NATO data 31 Jan 2012 The hacker group "Anonymous" exposed thousands of email
addresses and passwords belonging to U.S. and NATO officials that it
obtained due to a security breach. The online hacktivist group claimed
it had stolen intelligence analysis firm Stratfor's confidential client
list, which included the U.S. Defense Department, Army, Air Force, law
enforcement agencies, top security contractors and technology firms like
Apple and Microsoft, over Christmas. Among the huge trove of private
information exposed by the group are email addresses/personal
information belonging to 221 British military officials, 242 NATO staff
and 19-thousand U.S. military personnel.|
Anonymous has thrown its weight behind whistleblower website WikiLeaks and has launched retaliatory attacks on companies, who refused to accept donations for the website, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal.
Here is the previous video that in July 11 , when anonymous hacked NATO first time.