Anonymous maintained its promises, the hacktivists announced that would have gone forward to prove the inefficiency of the companies complicit of Australian Government.
They have leaked data from the AAPT , Australia’s third largest land line telecommunications company, victim of a data breach occurred during the last week.
Anonymous has published data tonight, it seems that the total amount of record is around 180,000 containing data from the recent attack to AAPT.
The collective in a manner consistent with its purposes has released a modified version of the data leaked, avoiding to make public personal information of the account compromised.
According Cyber War News web site the leak was announced on twitter by the account @nas1gnal and was uploaded to two different locations, of course on Pastebin, that both have the same file which was named CLY_Table_Business.tar.gz.
#AAPT#OpAustralia#Leak@YourAnonNews@AnonOpsSweden@AnonymousIRC@Par_AnoIA@Gardenslayer Last leak: 180000 records @Op_Australia
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