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So when the credit card company called my wife she wasn't sure whether I was just donating,' said Barr, who wasn't aware until a reporter with the AP called that his information had been compromised when Stratfor's computers were hacked.
Wishing everyone a 'Merry Lulz XMas' — a nod to its spinoff hacking group Lulz Security — Anonymous also posted a link on Twitter to a site containing the email, phone number and credit number of a U. Homeland Security employee.'We have reason to believe that the names of our corporate subscribers have been posted on other web sites,' said the email, signed by Stratfor Chief Executive George Friedman and passed on to AP by subscribers.
Anonymous boasted of stealing Stratfor's confidential client list, which includes entities ranging from Apple Inc. In a statement released today, Anonymous said: 'Tomorrow, we will be dropping another enormous dump on our next target: the entire customer database from an online military and law enforcement supply store.'Proprietary information about the companies and government agencies that subscribe to Stratfor's newsletters did not appear to be at any significant risk, however, with the main threat posed to individual employees who had subscribed.
It said it was able to get the credit card details in part because Stratfor didn't bother encrypting them — an easy-to-avoid blunder which, if true, would be a major embarrassment for any security-related company.