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BlueLeaks Anonymous: FBI and police files leak

BlueLeaks Anonymous: Anonymous leaks FBI and police files: Hacktivists published size data 296 GB, which they are said to have stolen from law enforcement services USA. The exposed files, named BlueLeaks, published by Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoSecrets), a group that says it is interested in transparency.

In accordance with BlueLeaks portal, the leaked data, contain more than one
million files
(scanned documents, videos,
emails, audio data and more).

Η DDoSecrets he claims that the exposed data belong to more than 200 police stations and “fusion Centers”Of the USA.


According to the team DDoSecrets, most of the files are reports
of the police and his
FBI, security bulletins, instructions from law enforcement agencies And much more. In addition, some files contain sensitive personal information, such as names, bank account numbers and telephone numbers.

BlueLeaks Anonymous leaks FBI and police records
BlueLeaks Anonymous: Anonymous leaks FBI and police records

Η DDoSecrets claims to have received the data BlueLeaks from the known hacktivist team Anonymous.

Most of the files mentioned in BlueLeaks portal, bear the indication “Netsential.com Inc“, A Web Hosting company based in Houston, Texas.

The KrebsOnSecurity said that National Merger Center Association (NFCA), the central body that represents all “fusion centersIn the United States, confirmed the leak.

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