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100s of Mexican websites take down by Anonymous in protest of anti-piracy laws


Anonymous Hackers take down the hundreds of Mexican websites including CAMIMEX, MexicanAirlines.com.mx sites , in protest of of anti-piracy laws . Those website attacked by anonymous went offline or displays the website under construction message.  

Hackers also leaked the 700mb of stolen data from the CAMIMEX website.  Anonymous  tweet a link to leak uploaded in tor2web browser .

Here is the list of hacked sites:
http://pastebin.com/eKUSbWfN

Data leak in pastebin:
http://pastebin.com/g4rScjT2

CLEARUSA.ORG Hacked and database leaked by @exphin1ty : Anti-Security



A Hacker "Exphin1ty"hacked CLEARUSA.ORG website and leaked the database in pastehtml. The leak contains hashed_passwords and other personal informations including phone number,address.

Hacker Message:
Greetings, lulzlovers around the world.

The American law enforcement's inhumane treatments of occupiers has caught our attention. You have shown through these actions that you are nothing more than puppets in the hands of your government. We have seen our fellow brothers & sisters being teargassed for exercising their fundamental liberal rights, the exact ones that were bestowed upon them by their Constitution. Due to this and several other reasons we are releasing the entire member database of clearusa.org (The Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail). An organization who works to "encourage mutual cooperation between all law enforcement agencies and retail corporations". This fun little database dump includes hashed passwords, physical and email addresses, phone numbers etc. of many military, law enforcement officers, large corporations such as Microsoft, federal agents & security companies. Many of the users reuse their passwords elsewhere, so we encourage all of our lulz loving friends to deface & leak their twitters, facebooks and private email accounts as well as spreading their d0xes far and wide across the internet ocean. The website requires new members to be approved by an administrator, meaning the validity of this information is relatively high.

Pastebin Release:
http://pastebin.com/HkP55NWC

Israeli military, intelligence sites down after 'Anonymous' threat ~ #AntiSec



Israel's army, website, internal Shin Bet security service, and Mossad spy agency could not be accessed on Sunday. It could not be confirmed that Anonymous was responsible.An Israeli army spokesman said it was a "strange coincidence" but he could not confirm that hacking was responsible.

Israeli military, intelligence sites down after 'Anonymous' threat The Israeli army and intelligence agencies' websites were offline on Sunday, two days after hacker group Anonymous warned it would "strike back" for Israel's capture of Gaza-bound ships on Friday.

Anonymous, a network of online activists who have attacked government and financial websites around the world, released a statement Friday warning that the group would take action against the navy's seizure of two ships aiming to break Israel's blockade on the Gaza Strip.

"Your actions are illegal, against democracy, human rights, international, and maritime laws," the statement addressed to the government of Israel and posted on Youtube and Anonymous-affiliated sites said.

"Justifying war, murder, illegal interception, and pirate-like activities under an illegal cover of defense will not go unnoticed by us or the people of the world."Websites for Israel's army, internal Shin Bet security service, and Mossad spy agency could not be accessed on Sunday. It could not be confirmed that Anonymous was responsible.

source:
https://www.facebook.com/unitedanonnews

UMH University(umons.ac.be) Hacked by TEAM iNTRA

Universiti de Mons-hainaut , Publications of Computer Science Institute hacked by Team INTRA.

Hacker's Message:
"I did not find the vulnerability on this site, gratz to .sfx who did though!

Just thought I'd put our name here again to increase the chances of you noticing this.


Exploited by Team Intra, via SQL Injection. Fix this, before someone more malicious comes along and decides to delete all your publications. 

Decrypted passwords:
.....
.....
.....(for security reasons we haven't publish the passwords here).
You are meant to be researchers of computer science, yet some of you can't even make a unique password? "

Hacked Website:
http://informatique.umons.ac.be/publications/index.php?page=paper_info&ID=303

Texas Police Chiefs Association Hacked By Anonymous~DataBase Leaked


Anonymous Hackers take down the Texas Police Chiefs Association website on this Thursday.  They Defaced the main web page.  At the same time, they leaked the database sized 3GB .  

part of Anonymous message :
In retaliation for the arrests of dozens of alleged Anonymous suspects, we opened fire on dozens of Texas police departments and stole boatloads of classified police documents and police chief emails across the state. During the San Jose courtdate we defaced and gave out live backdoor and admin access to the website TexasPoliceChiefs.org while allied ships launched ddos attacks upon Justice.gov and other law enforcement websites. For every defendant in the anonymous "conspiracy" we are attacking two top Texas police chiefs, leaking 3GB
of their private emails and attachments. Mind you, we don't expect a sane response. Even a few insults would have been better than the way you cowards hide behind protocol, innuendo, and your badge.

Defaced Website:

http://www.texaspolicechiefs.org/
Mirror: zone-h.org/mirror/id/14841451

Full detailed message can be found in pastebin

The leaked the file Here:
They leaked the file in torrent also.

This is what they said about the Data Leak:
Thousands of documents are available on tor hidden services / bittorrent and include several dozen FBI, Border Patrol, and counter-terrorism documents classified as "law enforcement sensitive" and "for official use only". The emails also included police records, internal affairs investigations, meeting notes, training materials, officer rosters, security audits, and live password information to government systems. The private chief emails also included several racist and sexist chain email forwards and personal details sure to embarrass, discredit, and incriminate several of these so-called "community leaders".


Metropolitan UK Police hacked for #Antisec by CSL Security|SQL injection Vulnerability exposed

CSL Security (one of anonymous Hacker) exposed the SQL Injection vulnerability in Metropolitan UK Police. He tweeted this in twitter. He posted the vulnerable link in pastebin.

CSL security said in Pastebin:
CAN’T STOP LAUGHING AT YOUR DISRESPECT
CAN’T STOP LAUGHING AT YOUR INCOMPETENCE
CAN’T STOP LAUGHING AT YOUR SECURITY!!!

Status: No database is dumped . No defacements.


Danish Government database of 1,000,000 companies leaked by #Antisec

Anonymous hackers group leaked the snapshot the the Danish Government database of companies in torrent.

The contents of the database is currently browsable on the cvr.dk website, but the database is not available in bulk unless you purchase a license.

The snapshot was obtained during the summer of 2011 by systematically harvesting data from the public parts of the cvr.dk website.

Contents:
CVRfull.zip: Archive containing xml files with company information, including html from cvr.dk
CVRCompact: As above, but without html

It includes the following also:
cvr: CVR-number (8-digit unique id, last digit is a checksum)
corporationtype: Integer denoting type of company,
incorporated: Date of registration
dissolved: Date of dissolution, if dissolved
industry: Code of the company  main areas of business,
documentcontent: Html of company page from cvr.dk (minus header and footer)

The other fields are name, address, phone, fax and email -- they should be self-explanatory. If youΓΓé¼Γäóre only interested in the information in these fields you should just get the compact file. If you want to parse more info out of the page you should get the full version which includes html.

There are approximately 1,000,000 companies in the dataset. CVR reports 550,000 companies in existence, but that is likely not including the dissolved ones.

This data is made freely available because it is wrong for the Danish government to require citizens to provide data for government databases, then use taxpayer money to gather, collate and store that data, only to ask citizens to pay if they want access to that same information from the the government. -Hacker