Anonymous Hack Italian Job Portals, Leak Trove of Data

Waqas reports that Anonymous Italy – LulzSec ITA has hacked into the websites of Italian job portals and employment agencies leaking personal data of hundreds and thousands of employees and business owners for operation OpNessunDorma to protest against the new labour laws in the country.

Hackread, who claims they verified that the data were a new leak, report:

The data includes full names, emails, addresses, cities, provinces, postal codes, details about the agency’s registration address and date, Fiscal Codes (social security numbers) and phone numbers of business owners and whoever using the services of targeted employment agencies.

Another zip file contains personal details (full names, company name, job title, emails, business, private and cell phone numbers) of business owners, CEOs, press managers and other big fishes from high profile companies like MTV Italia, Italian newspaper La Repubblica (The Republic), Facebook Italy, Gucci, FastWeb, Microsoft, Wind Italy, Ducati Italy and literally every digital, telecom, technology and high-profile company working in the country.

It’s not clear from their reporting whether they verified the accuracy of the information by contacting any of those whose details were in the data dump. At least some of the data, they claim, came from Engitel.

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