Friday, July 22, 2011

Anonymous claims to have hacked NATO databases

The collective hacktivists Anonymous says he introduced Thursday, July 21, in the databases of the Treaty Organization (NATO). On the site of micromessagerie Twitter, the group says have a gigabyte of data, but said it would be "irresponsible" to publish most of them. Anonymous refers to a document but a dozen pages in PDF format, with the header "NATO Confidential".

The group said they used a simple "SQL injection" to achieve its piracy. This technique is to exploit a flaw, such as forms of a Web site to inject malicious code directly into a database, and get access to protected parts of the site. ANONYMOUS, considered threatened in a report published in June, NATO described the growing threat of collective Anonymous.

"Anonymous is becoming more sophisticated, and could potentially hack into sensitive issues of government, military or businesses," the document. Anonymous ads are also involved when the FBI announced the arrest of twenty suspected members of the collective.

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