Anonymous Hackers post spy firms email addresses
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Company that was attacked earlier this week by Anonymous Hackers, again yesterday by leaking 75,000 names, credit cards, addresses and passwords of every customer of STRATFOR's and about 860,000 usernames, emails and passwords for anyone that has ever registered on STRATFOR's website.

The pastebin containing the leaks, also stated that there will be noise demonstrations in front of jails and prisons on New Year's Eve in support of 'Project Mayhem'. It hints to there being some attacks on multiple law enforcement agencies on this date.

The document was titled "antisec teaser" AntiSec is a joint effort between Anonymous and the now-defunct LulzSec that targets governments with which they disagree.Anonymous said 50,000 of the email addresses were .mil and .gov.

Anonymous said the attack was in retaliation for the government's prosecution of Bradley Manning, who is accused of leaking confidential government documents to Wikileaks. The Pastebin note also lashed out at "corrupted politicians, establishmentarians and government agencies sex shops."

"Those emails are going to be dynamite and may provide a lot of useful information to adversaries of the U.S. government," said Jeffrey Carr, chief executive of Taia Global Inc and author of the book "Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld."

Stratfor's site has been offline since December 24, and the firm has delayed its website relaunch in order to review its security.

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