Teen hackers strike again, allegedly gain access to U.S. arrest records database

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Teen hackers strike again, allegedly gain access to U.S. arrest records database

A group of teenage hackers going by the name of “Crackas With Attitude” (CWA) are on a rampage, breaking into federal systems to embarrass the U.S. government. Network jobs are hot; salaries expected to rise in 2016 Wireless network engineers, network admins, and network security pros can expect above-average pay READ NOW After gaining access to the personal AOL email account of CIA Director John Brennan last month, the teenagers reportedly broke into the Comcast email account of FBI Deputy Director Mark Giuliana‘s wife, dumped personal details of thousands of government employees and then claimed to have gained access to the national Joint Automated Booking System, JABS, a database of arrest records, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center and the FBI’s Virtual Command Center. “Cracka,” one of the hackers who also claims to be a stoner, told Motherboard the CWA targeted FBI Deputy Director Mark Giuliana because the FBI is investigating the hacker group and plans to “make an example” out of them. CWA “hacked” into the email account of Giuliana’s wife, found Giuliana’s phone number and then called him. Giuliana allegedly told Cracka, “I don’t know you but you better watch your back.” The hacker tweeted that Comcast and […]

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