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Anonymous Hacks IAEA (again) To Force Investigation Of Israel

Anonymous Hacks IAEA (again) To Force Investigation Of Israel

December 6, 2012 - It appears the hacking collective Anonymous has compromised the internal computer systems of the world's top nuclear watchdog for the second time in two weeks, Adam Kredo of The Washington Free Beacon reports. The hackers claim to have seized “highly sensitive” nuclear data and satellite imagery from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and threaten to publish the confidential information if the IAEA does not investigate Israel's unofficially acknowledged nuclear program.


The group, called Parastoo (Farsi for bird), declared that it obtained documents from the IAEA's internal “nuclear data section”—including " Confidential ‘SafeGuard’ Documents, Satellite Images, Official letters, [and] Presentations”—and published a couple of satellite images, screenshots of the IAEA's internal system, an internal IAEA letter as well as the names and emails of IAEA judges and  IAEA auditors.

"IAEA cannot just keep us away by turning off their Servers (either old or new ones!)," the group said in a statement, which also lists parts of the IAEA system it says is under its control. "There are plenty more of where this information came from but we guarantee that these information will stay in a very safe place with us. This information only released to open eyes of IAEA and independent media to real threat of world peace, Israel."


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REPORT: Anonymous Hacks Top Nuclear Watchdog Again To Force Investigation Of Israel

It appears the hacking collective Anonymous has compromised the internal computer systems of the world's top nuclear watchdog for the second time in two weeks, Adam Kredo of the Washington Free Beacon reports. The hackers claim to have seized "highly sensitive" nuclear data and satellite imagery from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)...

It appears the hacking collective Anonymous has compromised the internal computer systems of the world's top nuclear watchdog for the second time in two weeks, Adam Kredo of The Washington Free Beacon reports.

REPORT: Anonymous Hacks Top Nuclear Watchdog Again To Force Investigation Of Israel Michael Kelley YouTube AlJazeeraE The hackers claim to have seized "highly sensitive" nuclear data and satellite imagery from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and threaten to publish the confidential information if the IAEA does not investigate...

REPORT: Anonymous Hacks Top Nuclear Watchdog Again To Force Investigation Of Israel

Hackers Publish Information from IAEA's Nuclear Data Section

Hackers claim to have "confidential" IAEA information

IAEA Incursion


( via businessinsider.com )


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