Team Ghostshell Takes Credit For 1.6 Million Accounts And Records Stolen

Posted December 12, 2012 by TeamSHATTER Admin in Data Breach, Database Security, Hacker News with 0 comments

The hacktivist group Team Ghostshell took credit Monday for the release of 1.6 million accounts and records stolen from government and private organizations covering aerospace, law enforcement, the military, the defense industry and banking.

Among the organizations the group claimed to have stolen information included NASA’s Center For Advanced Engineering, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Information Network, the FBI’s Washington division in Seattle, the Federal Reserve and Interpol.

Taken from about 40 websites, the information is reported to have included usernames, email addresses, passwords, phone numbers, mailing lists, administrator account information and defense data.

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