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Last Updated on July 25, 2011

Update: Anonymous Italy posted the content of the statement in Italian, meanwhile BBC and Gizmodo suggest an internal origin for the hack.

This morning the Anonymous tweets are particularly loud in Italy. It looks like a splinter cell of Anonymous hacked the Italian Cyber Police (CNAIPIC) releasing an image previews, two preview archives and a structure of the file archive (links are currently working). According to the related pastebin the content of the whole leak should amount to 8 Gb of data.

The Italian Cyber Police was heavily involved into the 32 raids which led, at the beginning of July, to the arrest of 15 alleged anonymous members in Italy during a campaign which interested the whole country and the Switzerland where the alleged leader of the group resided. Probably, to confirm a consolidated “tradition” of the group, the Anonymous decided to have a clamorous revenge (does this remember the HBGary affair?).

Moreover, this alleged leak follows another resounding leak happened in Italy, nearly in contemporary with the above raids, targeting several of the main Italian Universities.

This July 2011 seems to be endless from an Infosec perspective and, at my memory, I do not remember Italy has ever been involved so much, with actions by both sides.

Here is the full pastebin content:

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|_______ _____  (____  /_______  /
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+Legion of Anonymous Doom+ Release Zero1+

This is a prerelease of a series we are going to make to reveal the biggest in history of European LE cyber operation Evidence exploitation and abuse. Thing’s gonna get published and twittered all over anonymous and lulzsec community.

Today we were granted with the Italian law enforcement Pandora box, we really think it shall be a new era of “regreaissance” to the almighty Homeland Security Cyber Operation Unit in EU.
So we decided to leak everything they got since they were established as a full scale cyber taskforce named CNAIPIC.

This corrupted organization gathered all the evidence from the seized property of suspected computer professional entertainers and utilized it over many years to conduct illegal operations with foreign intelligence agencies and oligarchy to facilitate their lust for power and money, they never used obtained evidence to really support ongoing investigations.

Today we reveal a whole Load of stuff (estimated leak would be over 8Gb) from such owned institutions, just to make it clear all of this stuff was stored on CNAIPIC evidence servers for years while people are doing time in jail waiting for the trial while CNAIPIC used the evidence in the global spy game galore:
Egypt: Ministry of Transport and Communication
Australia: Ministry of Defence
Russia: Atomstroyexport, Diaskan, Sibneft, Gazprom etc.
Ukraine: several embassies and consulates on it’s territory
Nepal: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Belarus: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belneftehim, Belspetzexport
Gibraltar, Cyprus, Cayman Islands etc: Tecno Develp, Line Holdings,    Dugsberry Inc, Alpha Prime, Alpha Minerals etc.
Vietnam: PetroVietnam (PTSC), Ministry of Natural Resources (MONRE)
USA: EXXON MOBIL, US Department of agriculture and hundreds of attorneys and DOJ accounts including: McCallion & Associates LLP, Goodkind, Labaton, Rudoff & Sucharow, LLP, and hundreds of bullshit agencies we don’t even know why we pay taxes to support all of them.

So to cut the crap let’s get it over with fellaz…

Is the image preview to get a glimpse on what is meant to be said.

first of 2 preview archives with preview documents to get a general idea.

2nd preview archive

CNAIPIC file structure and listing Part 1

Thank you all,
Stay tuned…4 update on this one.

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