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Anonymous Hacks Security Firm Investigating It; Releases E-mail

by Kim Zetter,
February 7th 2011

A U.S. security firm that claimed to have uncovered the real identity of Anonymous members responsible for a recent spate of web site attacks became a victim of Anonymous itself, when members of the online vigilante group breached the company’s network and stole more than 60,000 internal e-mails.

The group posted the e-mail spool Sunday on the Pirate Bay torrent site for anyone to download and sift through.

HBGary Federal, which does classified work for the U.S. federal government among other security work, claimed it had been working with the FBI to unmask hackers behind recent denial-of-service attacks against PayPal, Visa, MasterCard and Amazon. Members of Anonymous — a loosely structured group of internet troublemakers — had organized the mass attacks after the companies suspended accounts used by WikiLeaks to receive donations and host documents. More recently, members of the group directed denial-of-service attacks against government web sites in Tunisia and Egypt.

Last month, the FBI announced it had executed more than 40 search warrants against people suspected of participating in the WikiLeaks-related attacks. British police also arrested five men in relation to the attacks.

The hack against HBGary Federal occurred after the Financial Times published a story on Saturday quoting Aaron Barr, CEO of the company. Barr said his company’s researchers had uncovered clues to the real identities of top members of Anonymous by monitoring chat rooms and Facebook groups they frequented. Barr identified a co-founder of the group, who goes by the name Q, and said he planned to give some of the information to the FBI. He also planned to present his findings at a security conference in San Francisco next week.

On Sunday, Anonymous ridiculed the company’s research skills and the accuracy of its data in a press release posted at Daily Kos, mocking the company’s “infiltration of our entirely secret IRC server and in particular our ultra-classified channels #opegypt, #optunisia, and, of course, #reporters, which itself is the most secret of all.”

In addition to the sudden disappearance of Anonymous leader Q, Anonymous co-founder Justin Bieber also disappeared just before his top-secret mission to Eritrea to offer physical succour to the rebels, suggesting that Mubarak is in our base, eating our Cheetos, likely with military support authorized by Hill Dawg.

The group then hacked into the HBGary Federal web site and e-mail servers, and replaced the web site content with a lengthy message taunting the security firm for failing to protect its own network and for trying to gain attention by marketing its research on Anonymous.

“Your recent claims of ‘infiltrating’ Anonymous amuse us, and so do your attempts at using Anonymous as a means to garner press attention for yourself. How’s this for attention?,” the message reads. “You’ve tried to bite at the Anonymous hand, and now the Anonymous hand is bitch-slapping you in the face.”

The hackers then posted a file purporting to contain the research that Barr had collected on Anonymous members as well as more than 50,000 e-mails in Barr’s account. The group claimed to have financial details for the company and threatened to erase content on the company servers.

The group also hijacked Barr’s Twitter account, sending out tweets as Barr, including a home address and Social Security number purporting to belong to him.

In addition to the HBGary site, the hackers gained root access to, an online forum dedicated to analyzing and developing stealthy “rootkit” malware technology. The forum was founded by Greg Hoglund, CEO of HBGary, a separate security firm that owns about 15 percent of HBGary Federal. They seized Hoglund’s e-mail account and then posed as him in order to manipulate a administrator named Jussi Jaakonaho into giving them root access to Rootkit.

Hoglund, Barr and Hoglund’s wife Penny, president of HBGary, tried to negotiate with the hackers via phone and chats to get the company’s data taken down, stating that Hoglund’s e-mails shouldn’t be exposed because he has little to do with HBGary Federal and that disclosure of some of the data would cost his company millions of dollars. The group ultimately agreed to remove links to the published e-mails for this reason, according to an online post from an Anonymous member.

Hoglund declined to comment on the hack.

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Possession is 9/10ths of the law, and I don't have the PC with the rootkit, but I know who does. YOUR Jurisdiction. 

I have the UPS receipt to prove that this evidence was buried in a conspiracy to defraud, extort and blackmail people like myself. 

My emails are in pastebin, but so is the FBI correspondence.  

At least the local FBI was smart enough to get the evidence into another Jurisdiction  

Even Headquarters in Memphis was smart enough to know this was out of their league. 

You're all guilty. 

Every single one. 


One pissed off whistleblower. 

HB Gary? IDK?

Operation Aurora
Operation Ghostclick
New Zealand
And here's two in USA:

Allegedly: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Registered 11/20 UTAH, USA
Check INS Atlanta, GA

Links to Indonesia, Malaysia & Budapest-- did hack via Skype Group from Germany the same day USA extradited Headley for the Mumbai bombing. His wife fled to Pakistan. He is German born citizen

Headley we have on weapons... You want to know why I'm pissed? Because I'm the man in the middle who is being stalked by cointelpro amateurs and worse. 

If this does make it through to anyone who gives a fuck about security, you know where to look. 

Now kindly fuck off, and check the record. 

Paranoid? You bet your sweet ass I am. 

Check the aerial view on satellite. Too many Unmarked cars. Special order. 

Great firewall is good for something. They keep images of all my hacked blogs. 

Happy New Year. 2012. 

FreeGary and free US all. 

Aspie synne signing off. 


P1: Stuxnet Kahn (Holland)
Oak Ridge
Netherlands (AT&T)
San Francisco (600 Fulsom St)
Columbia University
Nashville Electric Service
Comcast (packet storm- port hack)
Clearwire (cover for TN L: Seattle)
Virgin Mobile

ALL hack3d ALL "listening"

Russia & China are clear 

You dumb fucks! You should have TALKED to me!

YOUR power grid. 

My signal was cut! 


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