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CSLEA website defaced and dumped by anonymous

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posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:20 PM
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Couldn't right a more specific forum category, forgive me if this is in the wrong place.

Just spotted this out of the blue several minutes ago via twitter

Reporting Live / Battle for internet: c***s reached target cslea.com California LE pwnd by #Anonymous #AntiSec #LulzXmas


It appears the website for the 'California Statewide Law Enforcement Association'; has been targetted by anonymous/antisec, this comes shortly after the security firm "stratfor" was broken into and defaced several days ago:
www.cslea.com...

Hello comrades and thanks for joining us for the final phase of our cross
country hacker crime spree, our contribution to pr0j3kt m4yh3m. We're still
preparing the torrents, mail spools, as well as our final txt zine release which
will surely bring humiliation and embarrassment to many white hats and
sysadmins. But this New Years Eve, we bringing yall some party favors to keep
you raging all night. Did you remember a month ago when the mayors and piggies
across the US conspired to attack protesters in public parks? We sure do, so we
have been planning a retaliatory raid of our own. Bring it, NDAA. Bring it,
SOPA. We are snipers with one hell of a scope! Takin out a cop or two, they
can't cope with us!


The first high profile hack of 2012 and it's only a few hours in.
No doubt this will be covered in the media tomorrow. It doesn't seem to be a good start to the year for anyone related to these organizations.

Another extract from the CSLEA website supporting a claim that several other websites have been hacked into:

/*******************************************************************************
LIST OF SITES HOSTED BY CSLEA, NOW WIPED OFF THE NET !!!
*******************************************************************************/

Association of Conservation Employees (ACE)
Association of Criminalists-DOJ (AC-DOJ)
Association of Deputy Commissioners (ADC)
Association of Motor Carrier Operations Specialists (AMCOS)
Association of Motor Vehicle Investigators of California (AMVIC)
Association of Special Agents-DOJ (ASA-DOJ)
California Association of Criminal Investigators (CACI)
California Association of Food and Drug Investigators (CAFDI)
California Association of Fraud Investigators (CAFI)
California Association of Regulatory Investigators and Inspectors (CARII)
California Association of State Investigators (CASI)
California Organization of Licensing Registration Examiners (COLRE)
California Association of Law Enforcement Employees (CALEE)
California Highway Patrol Public Safety Dispatchers Association (CHP-PSDA)
Fire Marshal and Emergency Services Association (FMESA)
Hospital Police Association of California (HPAC)
Resource Protection Peace Officers Association (RPPOA)
State Employed Fire Fighters Association (SEFFA)

edit on 31/12/2011 by InsideYourMind because: fixed link



** UPDATE **

The defacement page that was placed on the CSLEA website ( www.cslea.com... ) has somewhat been removed, although the website is not working at all as-of-this-moment.

Wikileaks has also been retweeting the database hack, which is unsuprisingly going to bring more attention to the hack.

edit on 31/12/2011 by InsideYourMind because: update



** UPDATE 2 **


Originally posted by Equ1nox
you can see the defacement here zone-h.org... , before it was taken down, scroll down for a lot of reading

edit on 31-12-2011 by Equ1nox because: (no reason given)

edit on 31/12/2011 by InsideYourMind because: update




posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:28 PM
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I guess Anon is going to start out the new year strong they already told Sony they would hack them again if they continued to back the SOPA. So I guess we are in for one heck of a year cyber wise :/



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:28 PM
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Dang, Well that is indeed interesting if true. I tried to go to most of those sites but there down..



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:29 PM
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Okay, color me impressed. They didn't just '404 this. My DNS shows clea doesn't exist as a valid address, period. Now that is more than hacking.. lol.. They erased them!


Now I'm sure the retaliation that comes this week from Law Enforcement will be at least as entertaining as Anonymous is being in provoking it. However, I'm not in Anonymous and I have no dog in this hunt beyond being among the victims of the Stratfor hack...so I won't feel guilty about enjoying the show while it lasts. This weekend is part one..and next week LEO will give us part II.

And the laughs just keep on coming. Happy New Year!

(Oh..and so far..so good Anon! Lets just leave those CI names from the August LEO operation out of things eh?)



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:33 PM
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Originally posted by SolidFaith
I guess Anon is going to start out the new year strong they already told Sony they would hack them again if they continued to back the SOPA. So I guess we are in for one heck of a year cyber wise :/


I heard the same, however SONY suddenly changed it's mind about backing SOPA after anonymous announced they would target them again... aswell as several other games/entertainment companies:


A quiet update to the list of Stop Online Piract Act supporters (PDF) has shown that Nintendo and Sony have backed away from the proposed bill. Both were originally endorsing the bill as of November but quietly removed themselves from the list sometime in the past month. Neither has acknowledged the change in attitude.

Game developer EA has also dropped its SOPA support.

www.electronista.com...

I could be wrong, but in this case it seems they are scared of the "internet assault" they may recieve for supporting the bill. I wonder if anonymous is starting to affect decisions of high-end bosses.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:36 PM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Okay, color me impressed. They didn't just '404 this. My DNS shows clea doesn't exist as a valid address, period. Now that is more than hacking.. lol.. They erased them!


Now I'm sure the retaliation that comes this week from Law Enforcement will be at least as entertaining as Anonymous is being in provoking it. However, I'm not in Anonymous and I have no dog in this hunt beyond being among the victims of the Stratfor hack...so I won't feel guilty about enjoying the show while it lasts. This weekend is part one..and next week LEO will give us part II.

And the laughs just keep on coming. Happy New Year!

(Oh..and so far..so good Anon! Lets just leave those CI names from the August LEO operation out of things eh?)


Your right, the page has gone down. I would assume the owner's of the site have regained control; it seem's they only had the defacement page up for around 30-40 minutes.

In the meantime i'm sure a statement will pop up on one of these twitter profiles soon enough:
anonymouSabu
AnonymousIRC

I'll keep checking. They usually publish their manifesto-style announcements on pastebin.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:40 PM
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reply to post by InsideYourMind
 


Ah yeah sorry I meant to put that in my response and I guess I thought I did by the time I hit reply sorry about that
. So yeah things still seem rather interesting so far..



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:45 PM
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Sony, Nintendo, EA, and GoDaddy might have dropped support of SOPA under their official corporate names, but...
Looks like they are still supporting them unofficially.


And it’s worth noting that the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) is still listed as an official supporter of the bill—and Sony, EA, and Nintendo are all major members of the ESA.

Here is a similar LINK only it has the added info about ESA.
edit on 31-12-2011 by ShadowLink because: Didn't finish my sentance ;D



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:00 PM
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you can see the defacement here zone-h.org... , before it was taken down, scroll down for a lot of reading

edit on 31-12-2011 by Equ1nox because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:03 PM
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Nice, i hadn't been able to find it on pastebin, great find thanks for posting that.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:16 PM
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By the end of 2012 we will all have to have an internet ID to use it. Thanks Anon, you are destroying the web. You look like a bunch of kids with Uzi's. No control on your trigger finger and no desire to understand the ramifications which will result. You lost my confidence and sympathy.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:22 PM
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Anon strike again, Why do they do this? Some of the places/people they hack are for a good reason,however im not saying i agree with what they do, When i hear anon have done something like this it brings my opinion of them even lower down.
sorry anon, dont go trigger happy.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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so if i understand it correctly from the defacement, they had various backdoors into the clsea site for quite a while and were watching everything that was going on, That also gave them access to watch all the other sites associated with clsea.com and a lot of the passwords they got had .gov email addresses.

So it could potentially be a huge deal, if they've had access to many important sites and emails for a couple of months before they released this info.

@OP i got the link from this twitter feed, might want to add it to your list twitter.com...
edit on 31-12-2011 by Equ1nox because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:31 PM
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It dosn't matter. I think we need a new internet anyway.
the old one sucks. It used to be so much better.
leave the old one to the advertisers.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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Why do they have to wipe it off the internet?
I thought hacking was enough.
I thought leaking was enough.



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:42 PM
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seems like Long Beach Police Department has been targeted too twitter.com...
edit on 31-12-2011 by Equ1nox because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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Originally posted by tired
It dosn't matter. I think we need a new internet anyway.
the old one sucks. It used to be so much better.
leave the old one to the advertisers.


Hackers plan space satellites to combat censorship
www.bbc.co.uk...

At the end of the day, it's impossible to control the internet, although it would make sense when groups like anonymous target organizations... they might be making things bad in the long run. I think it doesn't matter what they do whether its for good or bad, it's been proven many a-time that you cannot be defeated by censorship or creat a "hand-cuffed" internet. There's always a way to by-pass a restriction

edit on 31/12/2011 by InsideYourMind because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 10:02 PM
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Damn right, you show 'em, anon. Though, it's a drop in the pond, that's for sure. It's gonna have to be a lot bigger of a movement/disruption for the average person even to flutter an eyelash, let alone the media report it as it is.
And people seem to forget that anon are actually the good guys.
edit on 31-12-2011 by Etheraeon because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 10:18 PM
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Originally posted by Nite_wing
By the end of 2012 we will all have to have an internet ID to use it. Thanks Anon, you are destroying the web. You look like a bunch of kids with Uzi's. No control on your trigger finger and no desire to understand the ramifications which will result. You lost my confidence and sympathy.


Many people agree.

Many think the whold Anon deal is designed to gain reasons for the laws.

It could be supporters of legislation that are in fact behind the whole thing !



posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 10:51 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
Many people agree.

Many think the whold Anon deal is designed to gain reasons for the laws.

It could be supporters of legislation that are in fact behind the whole thing !



That's the one problem with an organization who has no leader or central authority, anyone can claim to be "anonymous". For all we know some of these high-profile hacks/leaks could have been done for the reason you mentioned. It would be very easy for, lets say.. the CIA, to claim they are "anonymous" and do something stupid to make SOPA look like a good thing, for example.

Personally, i think the majority of them are digital freedom-fighters trying to make a difference with the wrongs in the world. I don't see anything wrong with that, as long as innocent people do not get caught up in the mess.

Something interested that popped into memory, if you remember when the HB Gary comparny got hacked (a security firm who tried to smear wikileaks). If i remember rightly, the leaked emails from that event revealed the security firm was trying to create an army of "spam-bots" to persuade public opinion... in other words propaganda which benefits the organizations who hired them. I wouldn't be surprised if there are companies out there right now (such as HB Gary) creating false claims & aims in the name of anonymous.




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