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Anonymous ‘preview’ stolen Italian police files

Anonymous have published a preview of 8GB of confidential files which apparently belong to the Italian Cybercrime task force.

The Italian wing of the Anonymous hacking group have showcased an extensive folder of items on their regional specific blog page over here.

AnonOps Italy said the information they have would reveal “exploitation and abuse” by Italy’s National Center against Cyber Crime and for the protection of Critical Infrastructure (CNAIPIC).

This is the latest in a line of attacks which they are classing as Operation AntiSec.

According to the blog post The CNAIPIC data “stored on CNAIPIC evidence servers for years while people are doing time in jail waiting for [a] trial while CNAIPIC used the evidence in the global spy game galore.”

They say:

Today we reveal a whole Load of stuff (estimated leak would be over 8Gb) from such owned institutions, just to make it clear all of this stuff was stored on CNAIPIC evidence servers for years while people are doing time in jail waiting for the trial while CNAIPIC used the evidence in the global spy game galore:
Egypt: Ministry of Transport and Communication
Australia: Ministry of Defence
Russia: Atomstroyexport, Diaskan, Sibneft, Gazprom etc.
Ukraine: several embassies and consulates on it’s territory
Nepal: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Belarus: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belneftehim, Belspetzexport
Gibraltar, Cyprus, Cayman Islands etc: Tecno Develp, Line Holdings, Dugsberry Inc, Alpha Prime, Alpha Minerals etc.
Vietnam: PetroVietnam (PTSC), Ministry of Natural Resources (MONRE)
USA: EXXON MOBIL, US Department of agriculture and hundreds of attorneys and DOJ accounts including: McCallion & Associates LLP, Goodkind, Labaton, Rudoff & Sucharow, LLP, and hundreds of bullshit agencies we don’t even know why we pay taxes to support all of them.

Kitguru says: With the arrest of around 20 individuals associated with Anonymous and Lulzsec in recent weeks by law enforcement agencies, it appears as if the hacking groups are still strong and are not giving up.

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