Hackers break into US security, have stolen 200 GB of e-mails and credit card data


Hackers on Sunday claimed to have stolen 200 GB of e-mails and credit card data from United States security think tank Stratfor, promising a weeklong Christmasinspired assault on a long list of targets.

Members of the loose hacking movement known as ‘Anonymous’ posted a link on Twitter to what it said was Stratfor’s secret client list – including the US army, the US air force, Goldman Sachs and MF Global . “Not so private and secret anymore?” the group taunted in a message on the microblogging site.


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