06/28/2011

update 7 finance : after the vote, who will clean up the mess

WELCOME YOU were WITH HUNDREDS WATCHING THIS (subscribe to the feed if you want to know about anonymous-lulzsec-antisec-wikileaksor get some freeware - you never know what will be published here :) )

In fact more than half a million people watched online the riots before the parliament yesterday. The only livesream keeping up was dailymotion.com

we interrupt the programs to give you the possibility to follow the unfolding events live. We will add new online live resources as they come available and are pertinent. As the European non-elected president said : these two days are the most important for Greece, for Europe and for the stability of the economic and financial system. Only is it fair that only the little working people have to pay all the costs for this debacle.

THis is the appeal on Youtube to protest

Follow the twitter news from Greece (english)

http://thepressproject.gr/  the vote tomorrow

updated

so  after the vote, the crisis has been contained - as far as the worst case scenario goes - but that doesn't mean that it will be that easy to reduce expenditure without hurting the economy and the social security too much (or even the functioning of the state an sich).

the difference was larger than anyone has expected

and why was the world so afraid ? Not because of the debt but what some have done with it and who has it now (without knowing it). Yes, it is the same story all over again.

It is not said that it will come to that for the reason that the sovereign debt has been repackaged by the same players who did that with our loans (CDs). This means that for the moment nobody has any idea who owns or has how much 'greek' debt and how many domino's would be affected. Yeah, the same panic and crisis of confidence would take over the financial community as a serveral years ago.

And than to remember that the financial crisis cost us around 2400 billion dollar while Lehman brothers only needed 100 billion to survive. And how much after that a sceptic would say, yes but jumping in the black hole is not something one wants to do with a whole continent.

If you read too big to fall you will be astonished by the lack of information the decisionmakers had at the time, even in multibillion banks. so much blablabla about sophisticated databases and datamining and when it really matters it is proven that you don't know anything that is important at that time

and you bet it would have repercussions around the world - eurozone or not

the real problem is that you have a Eurozone without the necessary institutions, mandates and Eurozone fonds like the Us has for its banking sector. We have European banks who are investing all over Europe but no federal oversight and controls and rules and insurances. This means that all of this has to be constructed now in all urgency and because there is no other alternative.

International crisis or local Greek depression, that is the international choice

but even if this is not a revolution, the people have the right to protest and to be angry.

Ps I always ask myself why normal newspapers can't include this kind of coverage in their online editions.... this is also news(worthy). It have to be amateurs like us to do that.

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Lulzsec website attacked with 1 million new attack (rules) according to hoster

Second, the experience of being attacked by some of the Internet's most notorious hackers has validated CloudFlare's core value proposition: if you can share data about attacks across a network, rather than keeping it siloed within each organization, everyone using that network can benefit. As hackers tried to take down LulzSec, CloudFlare recorded all the patterns of the attacks. In the last 3 weeks, we've generated more than 1 million new rules to better mitigate threats targeted at our users. Those rules were propagated in realtime to benefit the whole CloudFlare community.
http://www.flyingpenguin.com/?p=12837&utm_source=feed...

I think it is not 1 million but 974.189  :)

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06/27/2011

500 new belgian emailaddresses exposed - new releases will follow

more than 500 new Belgian emailadresses have been exposed

there is now also a group lulzhackers in Holland - so we can expect more breaches in belgian-dutch sites and so the number of compromised belgian emailadresses will only increase if these continues

the other fact is that new releases are being prepared based on new and older material  the first will come along in the next hour

http://www.filesonic.com/file/1320156434

these are the 500 Belgian emailadresses   not sure which site it is from but if you know, the site has a sql injection problem

I don't have anything to do with this

"reporting insecurity to advance security"

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citibank : hackers, Public relations lies and financial losses (the cost of insecurity)

first you lose a lot of credibility

secondly when you lie you will not be believed next time

third if they earn that much money, why don't they invest it in some security

"Despite this, it has now told government officials that the accounts of 3400 customers have suffered around $2.7 million in total losses, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing sources that speculate the information could have been used in conjunction with other stolen data to get at clients' money.

The bank has already assured customers they are not liable for any losses and begun reissuing over 200,000 cards."
http://www.finextra.com/news/Fullstory.aspx?newsitemid=22...

If you read that the hack was made possible by an insecure webapplication

and you know that testing and repairing that would only cost a few thousand

than who is more business-wise ?

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antisec 2 : Us anti cyberterrorist training kit released on the web

it is from FEMA and would be used to train people inside enterprises about how to respond to cyberterrorism (whatever that is)

but I think that the most important question is this one

"With the collection of outdated tools and information used in the training kit, we’re forced to wonder if this is an old version of SENTINEL itself. If it isn’t, we’re mystified by the overall lack of value this kit seems to provide to law enforcement.

Surely the DHS has access to better tools and data for law enforcement agencies, but we cannot explain why they are missing from this training kit. Neither FEMA, nor the DHS has made a statement on the training kit’s leak.
http://www.thetechherald.com/article.php/201126/7319/Anti...

or is this one explanation why it is still so easy to penetrate so many networks ? outdated information and tools

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lulzsec how to use the searchmachine for your emails as a serviceprovider

For certs

you can fill in the extension of your country

.fr 3500
.nl 1312
.es 278
.ru 3937
.it 1038

for emailproviders

You can fill in the extension of your service

hotmail.com  38.701
yahoo.com 29630
yahoo.fr 505
hotmail.fr 1698

or whatever the name of your webservice 

for service providers

You can fill in the name of your domain or your extension

.eu 101
.gov 78
.mil 116

DO THIs

than you copy this as text (rightclick)

paste it in wordpad

insert your wordpad in excell

re-order your data

place some new columns to follow up such as

 - sent email - receveid answer - no problems - different ones for the possible problems (depending on the situation)

this way you can have a clear view every hour how many emails are still to be blocked or related network incidents to work on (social media hacked, idtheft, financial abuse, spamabuse, infiltration and so on)

normally you can make a list in your emailclient, insert the emailaddresses and sent them out

just be careful that you write for example everything in text (no html links as phishers do)

and to insert a telephone number so people can make contact (but what if the emailaddress is hacked) For some institutions and companies you will have to doublecheck the person behind the email of the company or institution

don't forget you are dealing with LULz (making fun of it) and political hackers

if there is extraction of data (out of the mailbox for example) you will have to make an index of all the lost documents and prepare for a possible release of all that information in the public sphere (or underground if it were real crimehackers)

they are announcing a real hot summer, hope it is just the weather but prepare yourself for the possiblity that this won't be the case

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new twitter list for antisec, wikileaks, anonymous (the bunch in fact)

https://twitter.com/#!/mailforlen/wikileaks

trying to follow whatever happens in the coming days

It is following 187 twitterfeeds that actually are doing more than just playing echo

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lulzsec compromised emailaddresses European community

168549     clement.williamson@ec.europa.eu     ***
168735     michael.serneels@ec.europa.eu     ***
168971     dimitri.tsimopoulos@ec.europa.eu     ***
169016     laurence.amand@ec.europa.eu     ***
170401     fredrik.ekfeldt@consilium.europa.eu     ***
171877     wtp@coleurope.eu     ***
173186     tracey.butcher@ec.europa.eu     ***
166563     beatrix.vonpolenz@consilium.europa.eu     ***
167133     olivier.mathelot@europa-idealab.eu     ***
168500     fabian@opensea.eu     ***

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lulzsec all compromised french military-gov emailaddresses

164431     emmanuel.storez@inet.air.defense.gouv.fr     ***
167188     laurent.lesage@college.interarmees.defense.gouv.fr     ***
168341     cyril.fontaine@defense.gouv.fr     ***
170699     laurent.cavard@esat.terre.defense.gouv.fr     ***
171107     herve.bonnin@gendarmerie.interieur.gouv.fr     ***
172268     thierry.le-graverand@st-cyr.terre-net.defense.gouv.fr     ***
172829     ariane.lecointre@dicod.defense.gouv.fr     ***
173004     sophie.dagand@defense.gouv.fr     ***
173698     Frank.Sammeth@defense.gouv.fr     ***

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lulzsec all compromised Nato emailaddresses

164156     atsouganatos@afsouth.nato.int     ***
165322     atilla.malas@nc3a.nato.int     ***
165831     hdabak@jhlb.nato.int     ***
166598     bmelo@nclb.nato.int     ***
166599     piero.valabrega@eumetsat.int     ***
167059     linda.tropea@act.nato.int     ***
167635     johnsond@jfcbs.nato.int     ***
167748     sozen@act.nato.int     ***
168227     clement.mark@natoschool.nato.int     ***
168232     phakewessell@nclb.nato.int     ***
168336     pio@manw.nato.int     ***
168393     christian.timmig@airnorth.nato.int     ***
168551     jdonnelly@afsouth.nato.int     ***
168688     david.coyle@occar.int     ***
168732     elizabeth.peake@shape.nato.int     ***
168829     gregory.kee@meads.nato.int     ***
169105     jallc009@jallc.nato.int     ***
169236     baker@nciss.nato.int     ***
169502     guadalupie@rta.nato.int     ***
169504     adefrutos@afsouth.nato.int     ***
169568     library@nurc.nato.int     ***
169578     saegerman.franky@hq.nato.int     ***
169706     Stephan.Schaller@aiiz.nato.int     ***
169746     sherrod.bumgardner@shape.nato.int     ***
169754     banach.tadeusz@hq.nato.int     ***
169878     dariusz.knopp@act.nato.int     ***
169896     jallc024@jallc.nato.int     ***
169985     eeckelaers.lucia@hq.nato.int     ***
170024     matthias.frank@ncsa.nato.int     ***
170064     daniel.legrand@shape.nato.int     ***
170065     john.zohn@shape.nato.int     ***
170080     atasiguzel@namsa.nato.int     ***
170116     ddorrington@namsa.nato.int     ***
170146     library@nc3a.nato.int     ***
170167     m.robertson@jfcna.nato.int     ***
170482     Jeff.Johnson@hq.isaf.nato.int     ***
170602     michel.zayet@stcu.int     ***
170729     hboyer@namsa.nato.int     ***
170819     nat-op@hqtr.nato.int     ***
170840     mcgoller@namsa.nato.int     ***
170867     rudkiewiczc@hq.kfor.nato.int     ***
171362     jaraujo@nclb.nato.int     ***
172044     dekok.ben@natoschool.nato.int     ***
172054     blower.pieter@hq.nato.int     ***
172490     h.milner@mnp.nato.int     ***
172494     sariboyacih@hrf.tr.nato.int     ***
172628     Iffert.Roland@natoschool.nato.int     ***
172662     info@airn.nato.int     ***
172671     ed.frieser@jfcbs.nato.int     ***
172709     nijnatten@nc3a.nato.int     ***
172817     robert.busse@nhqsa.nato.int     ***
172876     guido.russo@nhqsa.nato.int     ***
172883     rmoinier@namsa.nato.int     ***
172884     jean.vanderwal@nss.nato.int     ***
172889     jeanette.gibson@ncsa.nato.int     ***
172894     diamantisk@cisgr.nato.int     ***
172967     florentino.garcia@lamd.nato.int     ***
173080     tore.dragsnes@jwc.nato.int     ***
173083     s.salomon@cepma.nato.int     ***
173086     j.donnelly@sfn.nato.int     ***
173097     jgodinho@namsa.nato.int     ***
173122     Herve.Radiguet@act.nato.int     ***
173269     francois.lorang@fchd.nato.int     ***
173301     mehmet.kinaci@act.nato.int     ***
173302     pascal.tribout@act.nato.int     ***
173602     pao@fchd.nato.int     ***
173609     pdziurdzia@namsa.nato.int     ***
173814     nikolicd@mlo-belgrade.nato.int     ***
173819     jean-paul.astreoud@shape.nato.int     ***

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Antisec 2 what to watch and what to expect

the small group Lulzsec has set its ship into a safe harbor

for the press it meant that they were stopping

but no, the safe harbor is the Anonymous movement

the have left the nest because they became bored

and became a wake-up call to the 'movement'

that it is one thing publishing documents that you have received

but that it is also necessary to get the documents yourself

and publish them with the same publicity wikileaks does

so what Anonymous called 'the vanguard" of their movement on the web

had their proof of concept and has returned home to continue what they were doing

but much more safely and with more people

you also have to see that lulzsec had different local branches - as does Anonymous

it remains a question if this will inspire local branches to become also more hacktivists

What to expect

* there are still 5 giga of hacked information that is waiting release in the coming hours (or some part of it)

* some say that they still have 40 Terrabytes of information about a big enterprise but they don't have an idea how to release that (you can't but it online, you can't put it on DVD and you can't put it on a stick and you can't even put it on a harddisk). Even going through it will be enormous. Now the question is why didn't anybody see this.

* they have released yesterday a bunch of files about the FBI antiterrorism (spying) plan in the Us that is penetrating through cooperative actions throughout Us industry and society

how to follow

* they have regrouped on this twitterfeed

https://twitter.com/#!/AnonymousIRC

* they have regrouped on this IRC channel

http://irc.lc/anonops/antisec/

and you will see that everything is still in full swing (but that will only be confirmed once the new or prepared releases start coming).

And they are talking about WORLDWIDE information

and if there are reasons that you could be a target of if you are vulnerable to sql injection, you have prepare yourself to expect them, not to be sorry afterwards and better today than tomorrow

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lulzsec : AT&T new wireless network : all documents released

AT&T is planning to set up a new wireless network in the Us

well if you are planning a new wireless network - or you would like to know how your competitor is planning it (is this legal for a competitor to download and read these hacked files ?) - than here you will find everything you will ever wanted to know but never got an answer for

some files in the Usb startup have backdoors - so those you will have to delete and have your antivirus active

but that you always do when you download something, don't you

http://www.filesonic.com/file/1313494191

a cleaner version is available here

http://bit.ly/iwwCqw

I can't imagine how things are now at AT&T

worth a movie

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Lulzsec 2 : military and diplomatic and governmental addresses are actively being hacked and abused

this is a very fast developing story

the emailaddresses on the NATO library that were compromised are actively being used on the wide net to compromise and infiltrate and abuse

these emailaddreses should be the highest priority to all securityservices around

belgian cert has been advised

an example is this belgian mil.be addresses where the linkedin profile has been abused

but what else ?

Pieter Vankeirsbilck - LinkedIn_1309165999459.png

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belsec, antisec and boredom and why antisec will be back

well antisec says that it walked away because of boredom

belsec understands this completely

if time after time again you see that the press is just making a mess of it and forgets to ask the real questions like how is it possible that so much information can be collected with such amateuristic tools and that nobody is held responsable for it you just ask yourself what am I doing here, is it all worth it

when you think that it is worth it, you work endless hours and spend all your creativity trying to make your point so well that nobody can object to that

but - as I am securityblogging and an activist since 7 years - there are periods - the last years more than before - that you are just bored because if there is one industry where nor industry nor politicians seem to be able or willing to put the same safety requirements they do in other industries - it is the IT industry

not that it is not livesafing or critically important

so now and than you sail away - to use antisec terms - and you harbor a bit and collect new energies

but like the pirate ship or Lucky Luck

you will be back for new adventures and so will lulzsec so any news about their death is stupid

ps : i never hack and I abide strictly to the Belgian law

I am an IT security activist reporting about unsecurity

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lulzsec campaign belgian battle of Heroes beta users listed

these accounts were compromised

as far as we know .be stands for belgium and for people who wanted to indicate that they are from Belgium

this should also be a new policy for online accounts in for example gaming

if you would put the country behind the name or login than you will directly know which cert to contact if you are compromised - as is more and more the case

185801     falc.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
203265     nicksen.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
210426     Alandar.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
252507     Goussy.Be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
283422     toxic.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
318058     Critn.Be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
330988     Matt.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
360158     storm.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
364684     mario.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
367254     Bandit.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
379420     *Ghost.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
410289     Yanman.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
431181     Xplozer.Be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
431380     chacal.Be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
432194     Sam.Be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
442413     Ouchen.Be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
456788     Slash.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
463586     Baloo.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
469500     gladia.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***
488495     bad007.be Battlefield Heroes Beta     ***

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Lulzsec campaign : all hundreds of compromised belgian .be emailaccounts

we have informed the CERT about this and send them the link and this file

http://dazzlepod.com/lulzsec/final/?email=.be&page=1

you can change .be by .fr or whatever name of your emailprovider or domainextension

You will not find the passwords, for that you will have to download all the releases and look for the specific password

there are some mistakes in it but we sure have all the .be domains

if you want to play safe with online registrations, use a .be domainname for your mail and you can be sure that the responsable security services will inform you (the responsable webservices also fall under Belgian law and are obliged to take all necessary steps to inform and protect you as a good housefather).

take a look at mail.be if you are looking for a Belgian emailaddress that's free and not linked to your account

It would also be good that the international webservices would use belgian .be services (yahoo.be, gmail.be, ..... so that the local cert will also find them if necessary and can coordinate the actions that should be undertaken)

it is also very interesting to see that some services use their professional emailaccount for external services - even in a time of targeted attacks on specific emailservices

id     email/username     password
839     picu@skynet.be     ***
1549     starwave@tiscali.be     ***
1734     tom.maertens2@telenet.be     ***
3785     rainigstones@chello.be     ***
4991     inter.glamour@proximedia.be     ***
5332     noelderuyver@euphonynet.be     ***
5606     lekker@telenet.be     ***
6126     robby.van.sweevelt@telenet.be     ***
6238     frank-@telenet.be     ***
7402     donovan@pi.be     ***
7954     bs604960@skynet.be     ***
8640     robby.vanspauwen@skynet.be     ***
8692     vis01@pandora.be     ***
9274     guillaume.de.potter@telenet.be     ***
9377     bert.lambeens@telenet.be     ***
13387     aside@skynet.be     ***
16024     chr.nys@telenet.be     ***
16571     samuel@giveittome.be     ***
16575     insure@mystation.be     ***
19813     INFO@LA-MANDARINE.BE     ***
21351     harris-karim@tele2.be     ***
21446     nobody2@skynet.be     ***
24127     bk322511@skynet.be     ***
24176     inimicaL@pandora.be     ***
24346     Puraaj@pandora.be     ***
24376     manzo@pandora.be     ***
24790     sneax@snx.be     ***
25205     steve-gilbert@skynet.be     ***
25287     gijoe@terror.be     ***
25429     joeri@frag4fun.be     ***
26156     jannesvandepitte@skynet.be     ***
26462     phntje@phntje.be     ***
28344     info@one-second.be     ***
28431     tiny-goku@telenet.be     ***
29001     debt@debet.dd.blueline.be     ***
29724     snipercolt50@telenet.be     ***
32550     blancharke@telenet.be     ***
32874     kiligan_moh@skynet.be     ***
33355     fa412282@skynet.be     ***
38059     tim.marien@student.ua.ac.be     ***
38191     dirk.lepoutre@telenet.be     ***
38306     tom.verbesselt@pandora.be     ***
40428     sugar_errica@live.be     ***
40798     tpede@live.be     ***
41776     youssef.tarrahi@live.be     ***
42499     darkman@live.be     ***
42804     opatje@live.be     ***
43168     axon_t@live.be     ***
45674     Copyrightdl@live.be     ***
46284     thug-life19@live.be     ***
46536     pieter-jan.k@live.be     ***
46883     needsy@live.be     ***
47465     timkeppens@pandora.be     ***
48907     0livier@live.be     ***
49211     dcoder@krenar.be     ***
49904     yoyop@live.be     ***
53070     manza@telenet.be     ***
57321     jagax@live.be     ***
57939     jonathan@live.be     ***
59336     elias.vangansbeke@live.be     ***
59476     christian61@skynet.be     ***
59611     blue_devil_13@skynet.be     ***
59717     umit_1992@live.Be     ***
60650     quick1337@live.be     ***
64054     Trickboss@live.be     ***
65615     kristof_s@live.be     ***
67250     wouter.devos@skynet.be     ***
68114     ruudoleo@skynet.be     ***
68670     wininfo@scarlet.be     ***
69938     nobizz@live.be     ***
70012     amiro@live.be     ***
70242     Thijs@Telenet.be     ***
71515     frans.bellinkx@jfs.be     ***
71596     eazy@pofa.be     ***
72456     sellingmycash@hotmail.be     ***
72971     michele.deneumostier@swing.be     ***
73930     retrojump@live.be     ***
74312     sven.l@live.be     ***
75161     daii@live.be     ***
76756     alexander.peyls@telenet.be     ***
77131     xToni2oh@live.be     ***
77567     jonashammo@hotmail.be     ***
77817     gunther.driessens@skynet.be     ***
78160     spamm@live.be     ***
78836     IrStyle@live.be     ***
79157     hackzor@live.be     ***
80383     woeftie4rsbot@live.be     ***
80678     ultimatearco@live.be     ***
80723     nils.heyvaert@student.khleuven.be     ***
81626     vip_hugo@live.be     ***
84884     fb915467@skynet.be     ***
86030     nirvana1@telenet.be     ***
87143     marjan.verhaegen@telenet.be     ***
87810     chinchompa@live.be     ***
87813     toxxic@live.be     ***
88926     dav.beller@yahoo.com     ***
89327     m.e.berg@online.no     ***
89726     0wn3d@dommel.be     ***
94826     blackbox@live.be     ***
95273     lietchia@live.be     ***
95501     frederikdegroote@telenet.be     ***
95862     batch@live.be     ***
96968     igorrrr@live.be     ***
97957     mellomatic@live.be     ***
98708     Syphon@live.be     ***
99977     clauw@hotmail.be     ***
100644     zicodehond@live.be     ***
100650     chucknoris@live.be     ***
100798     moppa@live.be     ***
101119     j.vd.broeck@telenet.be     ***
101544     axelrayet@live.be     ***
101841     Steve.Vanhamel@telenet.be     ***
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104190     aliosman@telenet.be     ***
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138354     drumbeatz@telenet.be     ***
138446     hiphopfan@live.be     ***
138751     chrissi@telenet.be     ***
139024     oxfinalzero@live.be     ***
139457     frederick@telenet.be     ***
140087     oleanna7889@hotmail.be     ***
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140413     siktirlan@live.be     ***
140658     sandro.lindsy@skynet.be     ***
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144733     flipfly@hotmail.be     ***
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145184     janssens-senne@live.be     ***
145518     sniffy@live.be     ***
145595     romeoo@live.be     ***
145770     dolma@telenet.be     ***
147755     d0m@live.be     ***
147769     c0ffee@hotmail.be     ***
150395     fmgroup@telenet.be     ***
151876     Jann_@live.Be     ***
152969     atyla15@live.be     ***
153144     loiic.kuhlmann@live.be     ***
153391     dieter_vancoillie@telenet.be     ***
154445     imp@live.be     ***
154604     alan-v@live.be     ***
154724     piieter@live.be     ***
155345     nicolasdw@hotmail.be     ***
155529     robertostylez@live.be     ***
156343     O_0@live.be     ***
156616     xsecure@hotmail.be     ***
157177     Corleone_mafia_Sprayer@live.be     ***
158036     laura_meeuws@hotmail.be     ***
158555     idron@live.be     ***
159242     nielsneckebroeck@live.be     ***
159341     hs@telenet.be     ***
159358     jaspeer@hotmail.be     ***
159495     xhp@live.be     ***
160043     bk.ben2@hotmail.com     ***
160467     kristofpelgrims@tismbree.be     ***
160878     hbmania@live.be     ***
160911     rekjabin@hotmail.be     ***
161624     boone.nico@telenet.be     ***
162737     julio.bergeron@gmail.com     ***
163017     Pala.hasan@Live.Be     ***
163109     demacry@live.be     ***
163122     casteleyn.tijl@telenet.be     ***
164155     sophie.ryssaert@mink.be     ***
164208     simon.vanhove@mil.be     ***
164308     PASCAL.KLAARTJE@SKYNET.BE     ***
164358     hugovtd@telenet.be     ***
164536     info@schwung.be     ***
164554     JEAN-LUC.DENAUW@tele2.be     ***
164667     luc.bontens@telenet.be     ***
164685     wvankeymeulen@telenet.be     ***
164725     sharky@myonline.be     ***
164747     fam.breugelmans@skynet.be     ***
164757     info@henkschuermans.be     ***
164784     namayack@skynet.be     ***
164789     fonteyne.stefaan@skynet.be     ***
164821     Hendrik.De.Winter@pandora.be     ***
164850     nathalie.burton@skynet.be     ***
164852     tadams@telenet.be     ***
164859     admiral.benson@web.de     ***
164894     christer@scarlet.be     ***
164943     Geert.Van.Huylenbrouck@pandora.be     ***
164971     geert@mgweb.be     ***
164979     l.desodt@skynet.be     ***
165028     henri.terryn@telenet.be     ***
165069     alain.eggelen@telenet.be     ***
165070     christel.somers1@pandora.be     ***
165221     baga@telenet.be     ***
165233     sven.guns1@pandora.be     ***
165395     marilena.bergers@web.de     ***
165472     st.claus@worldonline.be     ***
165557     jean-pierre.abrams@telenet.be     ***
165585     sidney.de.kimpe@pandora.be     ***
165588     bramdirkx@mail.be     ***
165663     daniel.de.hondt@pandora.be     ***
165927     amir-samy.aouchria@chc.be     ***
165940     centurion.continent@skynet.be     ***
166051     gdj@skynet.be     ***
166192     johan.coopman@mil.be     ***
166369     gastonminsart@skynet.be     ***
166373     david.vangoietsenoven@mil.be     ***
166698     alex.jenne@skynet.be     ***
166830     steven.verboven2@telenet.be     ***
166873     rvdeede@telenet.be     ***
167027     howard.m.beardsley@us.army.mil     ***
167060     kristoff.suy@telenet.be     ***
167235     info@mistercd.be     ***
167305     bernard.dugauquier@belgacom.be     ***
167373     philippe.bounameau@skynet.be     ***
167639     ludo@vrede.be     ***
167943     Wim.Goorman@mil.be     ***
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168337     dmte@scarlet.be     ***
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168639     eric.victor.dumont@mil.be     ***
168707     johancecilia@euphonynet.be     ***
168747     tede@Hotmail.be     ***
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169144     Schoepges.Gerhard@mil.be     ***
169145     Schoepges@mil.be     ***
169175     jean-pierre.pennartz-fz@skynet.be     ***
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169264     philippe.germeau@skynet.be     ***
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169448     dominique.masquelin@mil.be     ***
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169890     jan.leclercq@telenet.be     ***
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updated interesting freeware (700+ watch list)

 

       
 
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CopyTrans Manager 0.948
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Mipony 1.4
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lulzsec hundreds of forums for hackers breached and 200.000 accounts published

 so this is another superblow

because first you don't want to let it known that you are a member of these forums - even if they have so much interesting information that also networkadmins and securitypeople should know them - but it is sometimes difficult to explain to outsiders

secondly you will know find among all those accounts people who have used the same account and passwords somewhere else - and maybe this will give you more information about the actions and targets of those hackers

but now there they are - 200.000 members and administrators of hundreds of webforums for hackers

http://www.filesonic.com/file/1312247101

because even many hackers don't know a thing about security - lulz:)

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lulzsec activists publish names of Columbian deathsquad

the peruvian black eagles death squad is a right wing - military linked death squad responsable for the murder of numerous activists and other clandestine operations

the local branch of Lulsec has published the names of its members

more information  http://www.filesonic.com/file/1312317534

the list http://www.filesonic.com/file/1312317524/columbian_death_...

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06/26/2011

lulzsec private investigators pilimited.com have their email breached

so this is their propaganda

 

As Private investigators in Ireland Priority Investigations provide Surveillance Operatives throughout the UK, Ireland and internationally. Priority Investigations have long established Offices and associated Agencies that provide witness locate and statement taking services, DNA Paternity Testing, corporate and forensic investigation services, process serving and enquiry agent services to the legal and insurance sectors, business and private clients

but the reality is that their emailserver has been breached and that all the principal emailaccounts have been published by lulzsec

http://www.filesonic.com/file/1312033291

there goes your trust that these people really know how to secure their information

maybe there is more information gone than has been showed so far

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