Skip to comments.Hacked! First the Senate, now the CIA... Computer gang accesses agency website...
Posted on 06/16/2011 9:25:16 AM PDT by Daffynition
A group of hackers who breached the Senate computer system earlier this week claimed responsibility for problems with the CIA's website today.
The group, known as Lulz Security, tweeted 'Tango down - CIA.gov,' and there were difficulties throughout the early evening accessing the agency's website.
The computer mischief appeared to be targeting the CIA's public website, which does not include classified data and has no impact on the CIA's operation.
CIA spokesman Marie Harf said the agency is looking into the reports.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Gonna be a bad day for them when we decide to Medieval and Mitnick on them.
That for the “Mouse Trap” we allow them to play around in.
So much for hoping the CIA has the best and brightest.
Good grief. I just checked out the CIA site. That it includes links in the page footer to FLU.GOV, USA.GOV, and the NoFEAR Act says volumes about how far the CIA has fallen.
Poor reporting from the Daily Fail as usual. It wasn’t hacked, it was attacked with a denial of service.
Interesting you should mention that....I find it curious that most of the breaking news from the US, I find being reported from the UK first.
Sparse reporting on this story on the US. Meh.
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