Anonymous Antisec leaks Zimbabwe, Australia and Brazil governments data dumps
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Anonymous Hackers have published a mass of data including passwords that appears to have been stolen from the governments of Brazil, Zimbabwe, Australia and the Caribbean island Anguilla.

One of the files released via Twitter appears to contain usernames and encrypted passwords for different areas of the Zimbabwean government's website. These login details include Gmail accounts, as well as email accounts. Anonymous also released a file which appears to contain login details to Brazilian government websites.

The rest of the release consists of SQL database files from Australian, Zimbabwean and Anguillan government websites, which appear to contain personal details of various individuals.

1.) Zimbabwean government dumps : Click Here via Tweet
2.) Password files from various Brazilian Government servers : Click Here via Tweet
3.) Australia governments data dumps : Click Here via Tweet
4.) Anguillan governments data dumps : Click Here via Tweet

Anonymous, which has previously claimed responsibility for hacking attacks on organisations following the WikiLeaks furore, also announced that it has absorbed members of the discontinued hacking group LulzSec. "We may be not quite as funny, but we can assure you: We sail in the same spirit," the group said via its Twitter account. "LulzSec = Anonymous. Who did NOT know?"

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