Yemen Cyber Army will release 1M of records per week to stop Saudi Attacks

Yemen Cyber Army will release 1M of records per week to stop Saudi Attacks by Pierluigi Paganini.

From the post:

Hackers of the Yemen Cyber Army (YCA) had dumped another 1,000,000 records obtained by violating systems at the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The hacking crew known as the Yemen Cyber Army is continuing its campaign against the Government of Saudi Arabia.

The Yemen Cyber Army (YCA) has released other data from the stolen archived belonging to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The data breach was confirmed by the authorities, Osama bin Ahmad al-Sanousi, a senior official at the kingdom’s Foreign Ministry, made the announcement last week.

Now the hackers have released a new data dump containing 1,000,000 Records ff Saudi VISA Database, they also announced that every week they will release a new lot of 1M records. The Yemen Cyber Army have also shared secret documents of the Private Saudi MOFA with Wikileaks.

he hackers of the Yemen Cyber Army have released 10 records from the archive including a huge amount of data.

http://pastebin.com/VRGh3imf
http://quickleak.org/3vShKvD4
http://paste.yt/p3418.html

Mirror #1 : http://mymusicexpert.com/images/upload/VISA-1M-W1.rar
Mirror #2 : http://distant.voipopp.vn.ua/PEAR/upload/VISA-1M-W1.rar
Mirror #3 : http://intrasms.com/css/VISA-1M-W1.rar

The Website databreaches.net has published a detailed analysis of the dump published by the Yemen Cyber Army.

Databreaches.net reports that the latest dump is mostly visa data.

Good to know that the Yemen Cyber Army is backing up their data with Wikileaks but I don’t think of Wikileaks as a transparent source of government documents. For reasons best known to themselves, Wikileaks has taken on the role of government censor with regard to the information it releases. Acknowledging the critical role Wikileaks has played in recent public debates, don’t blind me to their arrogation of the role of public censor.

Speaking of data dumps, where are the diplomatic records from Iraq? Before or since becoming a puppet government for the United States?

In the meantime, keep watching for more data dumps from the Yemem Cyber Army.

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