Greetings our fellow lulz.
Time to anchore our Marie Lulzize in an unstable harbour of Odessa
in Ukraine. This great day we present you 1GB of raw data from one
of the servers of CUSTOMS.GOV.UA. To be pricise Ukraine Customs in
Danube and Black Sea – marine customs.
Inside you will find much lulz related to illegal operations with
oil and gas, corruption schemes and also much of good eddible intel
all related to corruption in Ukraine government controlled marine
cargo operations, bribes and gov kickbacks.
Much of the inside of the package is related to former Ukraine
Customs Chief – Ihor Kaletnyk who is an active FSB operative
enforcing Russian rules of engagement in Ukraine. Also alot
of offshore moneylaundering by this persona and other government
crooks. We undrstand that oil is money and money is power.
But they just don’t realize that one day shit happens and
this shit pours from big A right into their greedy throats.
Sneak Peak of 64 documents
3 archives with full data totaling ~1Gb
We are Anonymous, We are Legion, We do not Forgive, We do not Forget,
Saturday, November 16, 2013
Friday, November 15, 2013
A few days ago, hackers of the Anonymous movement initiated OpKillingBay, a campaign in protest against the killing of dolphins and orcas in Taiji, Japan.
The hacktivists have published a list of Japanese government websites they plan on targeting. Some of the sites have already been attacked.
Supporters of OpKillingBay have announced distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attacks against the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (mofa.go.jp) and the Prime Minister’s Office (kantei.go.jp). At the time of writing, both sites appear to be working properly.
They also claim to have disrupted the website of Wakayama, the prefecture in which the town of Taiji is located.
“An estimated 20,000 dolphins will be slaughtered in Taiji this year alone. If after reading that you still don't care enough to help stop the Slaughter then you deserve the same fate as the Dolphins,” the hackers stated.
The operation continues.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Anonymous hackers claim to have breached the systems of the British Parliament during the protests that took place on November 5.
The hacktivists have told The Register that they obtained a password for the Parliament’s Wi-Fi network from a website set up for a conference. The publication has confirmed that the password in question is publicly available, but it hasn’t disclosed its location.
The hackers claim that they’ve used the password to connect to the government’s Wi-Fi from outside the building. Once they gained access to the network, the hacktivists allegedly hijacked several devices, including computers and iPads.
They also say they’ve gained access to email servers from which they’ve retrieved user login details. In addition, they presumably launched a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack against the Parliament’s website.
Government representatives have confirmed seeing heavier traffic than usual on November 5. However, they’ve stated that the Parliament’s secure network and applications haven’t been breached.
A number of people have been arrested in connection to the recent attacks on Singapore websites, including a man that’s said to be “The Messiah,” the hacker who breached The Straits Times.
The Messiah is believed to be 35-year-old James Raj Arokiasamy who was arrested on November 4 by Malaysian authorities. According to The Straits Times, he was handed over to Singapore police the next day.
The suspect is said to have been involved not only in the cyberattack against The Straits Times, but also in the ones against the website of the co-founder of the City Harvest Church, and the People’s Action Party Community Foundation. The attacks were launched from an apartment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Interestingly, Raj has been on the run since 2011 when he was charged for offenses related to drugs. For the hacking-related crimes, the man faces up to three years in prison and/or a $10,000 (€7,500) fine.
He’s not the only one identified by authorities in connection to the recent cyberattacks in Singapore.
Five others have been questioned by police regarding the recent attacks. However, their cases are not related to the one against Raj.
Two of them, brothers, are suspected of being involved in the attack against the Prime Minister’s Office. They have been released on bail. A third individual is also helping with the investigation into the PMO website “defacement.”
Two suspects, aged 17 and 45, have been questioned regarding the cyberattack on the website of the presidency. They haven’t been detained.
It’s worth noting that the websites of the presidency and of the prime minister haven’t actually been hacked. The attackers exploited cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities to make it look as if the sites had been defaced.
Right after Anonymous hacktivists published a statement threatening the Singapore government, the country’s prime minister warned hackers that they would be tracked down.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Today, 13 November 2013, WikiLeaks released the secret negotiated draft text for the entire TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Intellectual Property Rights Chapter. The TPP is the largest-ever economic treaty, encompassing nations representing more than 40 per cent of the world’s GDP. The WikiLeaks release of the text comes ahead of the decisive TPP Chief Negotiators summit in Salt Lake City, Utah, on 19-24 November 2013. The chapter published by WikiLeaks is perhaps the most controversial chapter of the TPP due to its wide-ranging effects on medicines, publishers, internet services, civil liberties and biological patents. Significantly, the released text includes the negotiation positions and disagreements between all 12 prospective member states.
The TPP is the forerunner to the equally secret US-EU pact TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership), for which President Obama initiated US-EU negotiations in January 2013. Together, the TPP and TTIP will cover more than 60 per cent of global GDP.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Anonymous hackers have initiated a new operation. The campaign, called OpKillingBay, is aimed at the Japanese government.
The hackers are unhappy that the government is allowing people in the Japanese town of Taiji to slaughter dolphins.
Anonymous hacktivists say they’ve been monitoring these activities for a long time but now, since Japan has ignored pleas from the international community, they’ve decided to take action.
“This is our final warning, stop these slaughters immediately, or get ready to face the extent of our wrath,” they warn.
The hackers say they’ve already launched a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack against wakayama.jp. Wakayama is the prefecture in which the town of Taiji is located.
For additional details regarding OpKillingBay, check out the video statement published by Anonymous. More information is available on Pastebin.
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Anonymous hackers claim to have breached the personal computer and mobile devices of Giuseppe Scopelliti, an Italian politician and a member of The People of Freedom party, currently the elected president of Calabria. This is allegedly only the first in a series of leaks targeting Italian regional governments.
The leak is part of a campaign called Operation Italy. The approximately 1,000 documents leaked on this occasion are related to the mafia, drugs and corruption, according to the hackers. The files include emails allegedly belonging to Scopelliti and members of his staff.
Anonymous accuses Scopelliti of not doing anything to stop the mafia’s activities in Calabria.
“This is just a beginning. People of Italia do have the right to know what the government is involved in, especially when it comes to mafia wars and corruption in the region,” the hacktivsts wrote on cyberguerilla.org.
The hackers say that the president of Calabria is only their first target. The leaders of regions such as Lombardia, Sicilia, Toscana, Campania and Puglia are next.
“While we are not that happy with the politics of many governors, especially when it comes to protecting mafia, corruption and economic downfall, it has come to this – we managed to infect most of the personal computers in regional administrations, mainly presidents of Calabria, Lombardia, Sicilia, Toscana, Campania and Puglia,” the hacktivists stated.
Saturday, November 9, 2013
Karen Lancaster McCutchin, the mother of Anonymous-affiliated activist Barrett Brown, has been sentenced to six months probation for helping her son hide a couple of laptops from FBI agents.
She has also been ordered to pay a $1,000 (€750) fine, the Associated Press reports. In May, McCutchin pleaded guilty to the charges brought against her.
The judge that handed out the sentence, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Stickney, has decided that her acts don’t “warrant any jail sentence at all.”
In a statement published right after the sentencing, the Free Barrett Brown group noted that they were pleased with the “leniency shown by the judge.” However, they say they condemn the sentence and the case against McCutchin as a whole.
In the meantime, Barrett Brown’s case continues. The trial date is set for April 2014. The activist faces up to 105 years in prison.