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UN hacked, details of over 1,000 accounts released

United Nations hacked, Teampoison behind the attack, gained access to user credentials

By Anthony Garreffa from Dec 1, 2011 @ 21:14 CST

Teampoison are reportedly behind an intrusion into the United Nations, in which they gained access to at least one of the UN's servers, where they stole over 1,000 e-mail addresses, usernames and passwords during the hack.

Teampoison posted their hacked goodies online through Pastebin, along with messages explaining the reasoning behind the attack, where they've said:


A Senate for Global Corruption, the United Nations sits to facilitate the introduction of a New World Order and a One World Government as outlined by Brock Chisolm the former Director of UNWHO.

This was in reference to a previous statement made by Brock Chisolm, where he claimed that to achieve a One World Government, it is necessary to reove from the minds of men their individualism, their loyalty to family traditions and national identification.

Teampoison said in a written statement:

How far you have come from the first address by Thomas Jefferson where 'peace, commerce and honest friendship' were the modis operandi to one today where talk of 'eliminating 350,000 people a day' as outlined by Jacques Cousteau is a academic consideration.

The hacked details were user credentials, and appear to be mainly those of the United National Development Programme (UNDP), but others including the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO) were also in the hackers' published data.


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