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+ - Anonymous Hacks FEMA, Leaks Database->

Submitted by coolnumbr12
coolnumbr12 (2889243) writes "In response to a Homeland Security drill aimed at fighting against hacker collectives, Anonymous posted to CyptoBin what it claims to be the database of a server used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA. The leak, if legitimate, included the names, addresses and other private information of FEMA and private defense contractors, federal agents and local authorities."
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