Approximately 200 GB of sensitive information, including credit card data, was stolen.
Members of Anonymous recently stole approximately 200 GB of sensitive information, including credit card data, from security think tank STRATFOR.
"Members of the loosely-affiliated collective announced the attack on STRATFOR on Twitter," writes Threatpost's Brian Prince.
"Among the items reportedly pilfered is STRATFOR’s closely-guarded client list, which includes organizations such as the U.S. Army," Prince writes. "The credit card details were stored in clear text, members of the group claimed."
Go to "Anonymous Hacks Security Think Tank STRATFOR" to read the details.
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