Anonymous hack hands WikiLeaks TWO MILLION Syrian emails

Phil Muncaster reports:

Hacktivist group Anonymous is claiming responsibility for an attack on the computer systems of the Syrian government and its evil overlord Bashar Assad thanks to which over two million emails ended up in the hands of whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks.

As of last Thursday, the site began drip-feeding sections of the ‘Syria Files’ to its selected media partners, and given there are a total of 2.4m emails from 680 separate domains going all the way back to August 2006, it could take some time.

Anonymous revealed in a press release that its Op Syria team – comprising members of Anonymous Syria, AntiSec and sometime collaborator the Peoples Liberation Front – first breached multiple domains and servers in the war-torn country back in February.


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