Latest Hacks on AT&T and Comcast

"WikiBoatWednesday" is the latest battle cry from hackers who are targeting corporations and government sites to show for whistleblower site WikiLeaks and to promote other causes.

“WikiBoatWednesday” is the latest battle cry from hackers who are targeting corporations and government sites to show support for whistleblower site WikiLeaks and promote other causes or concerns.

A group of hackers has posted to the Web today data that appears to include Comcast employee names, ages and salaries, as well as e-mails and passwords associated with AT&T VoIP service accounts.

Proclaiming the kickoff of “#WikiBoatWednesday…when all the members from @TheWikiBoat fight corruption, leak data, and bring down websites,” the hackers released the data in two different posts to the Pastebin Web site. Several of the Twitter handles used by the group, including @AnonymousWiki, referenced the Anonymous online activist group, but the connection to the larger, decentralized collective is unclear.

Full Story: at CNET

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