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Anonymous Publishes 14 GB of Info Related to Bank of America
"A couple of days ago, we learned that Anonymous hackers were on a mission to expose a Bank of America project aimed at monitoring the Internet for the activity of hacktivists and activists. On Wednesday, the hackers announced that a total of 14 GB of data was released..."--
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Even more alarming, the data was retrieved from an Israeli server in Tel Aviv while ClearForest is based in Tel Aviv it remains unclear why this huge amount of data was stored insecurely on an open server.
LOL, but was it stored like this via ignorance or intention, you can never tell with some people as often they have their very own agendas which might be very different then your own.
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Ever since all that extra monitoring by the governments of the world(well shit it's the corporate lobby of the U.S. ok) after all the Occupy protests, it really pays to do your due diligence before going after a target.
There has been a few targets that are obvious honeypots(almost like they were advertised) and those that rush in for the goodies get screwed at some point.