‘Gay furry hackers’ brag of second NATO break-in, steal and leak more data

On Sunday, the SiegedSec crew claimed it broke into six NATO web portals: the alliance’s Joint Advanced Distributed Learning e-learning website; the NATO Lessons Learned Portal, from which the gang said it stole 331 documents; the Logistics Network Portal (588 documents and other files); the Communities of Interest Cooperation Portal; the NATO Investment Division Portal (207 documents); and the NATO Standardization Office (2,116 documents).

The hacktivists, which describe themselves as made up of “gay furry hackers,” usually target government orgs whose policies they disagrees with, and have a flare for political publicity stunts, also posted a link to the purported stolen files on their Telegram channel.

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Source: MSN News