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Anonymous target bank executives in their latest attack, unleash personal information of over 4000 executives

The personal information of 4000 US bank executives leaked, Anonymous on the rampage again

Anthony Garreffa | Feb 5, 2013 at 2:36 am CST (0 mins, 42 secs time to read)

Anonymous have struck again, this time into the hearts of US banking executives - over 4000 of them. These 4000+ bankers have had their personal information leaked in Anonymous' latest campaign dubbed Operation Last Resort.

Anonymous target bank executives in their latest attack, unleash personal information of over 4000 executives | TweakTown.com

Anonymous' campaign is designed to provoke computer crime law reform after the suicide of Internet activist and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz. Anonymous have reportedly hacked into the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center's website over the weekend, where they used the site to host the spreadsheet of the executives' information. This spreadsheet includes the information of bankers' names, phone numbers, computer log-in credentials and IP addresses.

The Twitter account of Anonymous talked about getting the information from Federal Reserve computers, and when contacted for a comment by the Huffington Post, a spokesperson refused to comment on Anonymous' claims, nor would they confirm if a statement was on its way.

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