cyber war

CIA email hackers now gain access to FBI-run site

The hackers group that broke into the email account of CIA director John Brennan, has gained access to several arrest records and other sensitive data on an FBI-run law enforcement site. The group goes by the name Crackas With Attitude (CWA) revealed the major breach to Wired.

Although the hackers have not provided any details about the vulnerability itself, Cracka, one of the leading members of the group, leaked a screenshot of the Joint Automated Booking System (Jabs) and a database of arrest records in the US.

The group also posted another screenshot on Twitter that appears to be captured from a private email account of FBI deputy director Mark Giuliano and his wife. The data accessed by Cracka and his group is expected to give some “valuable information” to various media outlets in breaking stories about some high-profile arrests in the US.

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  • mauser 98

    perhaps where Brennan hides his prayer rug will be revealed
    or what he did with Barry’s passport records

    ” Obama confessed to this trip two weeks after his passport was tampered with.”

  • Nothing on the internet is safe.

    Remember that.

    • Millie_Woods

      Agreed. Governments really need to rethink this internet thingy. Of course they won’t until it’s a colossal disaster. Then they’ll blame all the wrong people.

      • Governments need to leave the internet alone and get over the fact that people can exchange information any way they want.

        It is called free speech.

        Yes the control freaks in don’t like it.

        That’s why I like it the most. I know it pisses off these control freaks with small minds.

        • Millie_Woods

          I’m referring to how the government uses the internet. It’s obvious their networks are not secure and maybe it’s impossible to secure them. But in any event the personal records of millions of people have been stolen compromising national security and even people’s lives. Most information the government has on its citizens does not belong on an open network. Government employees are too dumb and lazy to do what’s necessary to protect that info.