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Submitted by -Mezzo- 986d ago | news

CIA Laptop hacked, terrorist, CIA docs leaked & DHS XSS

CWN - Hacker who uses the handle Game Over @ThisIsGame0ver a while ago released a dump of documents from the CIA which have been obtained after an agents laptop was breached.

The documents are on Game Overs archive and contain information from terrorist to plans of visits from vice presidents. All the documents are in text format and this information has been leaked for some time now. (Culture)

ziggurcat  +   985d ago
seriously, what good does this do? if anything they're endangering innocent people.
tachy0n  +   985d ago
hey sheep, citizens have the right to know what going on in their government.
ziggurcat  +   985d ago
hey moron, there are certain things that the public needs to know, and there are certain things that need to stay private. i don't see how any of this benefits anyone if it has the potential to cause innocent lives.
aiBreeze  +   985d ago
Well Government spends a shit ton of money so they can monitor us, makes a change having the little guy briefly getting to monitor some of the Government activity.

Not condoning making public private CIA information but really, little guy 1, Government 9,9999,999,9999,9999 or whatever.

Also what do you mean endangering innocent people? You mean CIA employees? I don't think anyone can call them innocent to be fair, there are two sides to every war.
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