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2012-09-05 12:51:05 PM
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Hypothetical Imperative: Does the FBI have any serious suggestions as to just where Antisec came across a file containing 12 million valid UDIDs, if not from Supervisor Special Agent Christopher K. Stangl's laptop?


i45.tinypic.com
2012-09-05 12:52:27 PM
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hungryhungryhorus: Not that Anonymous is a bastion of saintly truth telling angels or anything, but frankly their exaggerated claims are often rooted in fact and presenting 1 Million UDID's along with a specified target and attack vector is a fair bit of information to be released from a hack.

The FBI is going to have to do a bit more than say "nuh uh". To convince me it didn't happen. Maybe something like "The FBI does issue requests for this type of information but categorically denies retaining and storing this information." You know, something that a disgruntled anonymous leaker could possibly discredit by sending an anonymous fax or something.

Also, as it stands, having no evidence that the hack took place is not the same as having evidence that the hack did not take place.


I just hacked your email account, and you do gross things.
2012-09-05 01:35:47 PM
1 votes:
Unfortuantely, "Special Agent Christopher K. Stangl, who specializes in cybersecurity" is no longer with us to verify the breach....
2012-09-05 12:39:34 PM
1 votes:
an offer to grant interviews about their hack if Adrian Chen, a Gawker reporter who has written about Anonymous, is portrayed on the main page of Gawker for a full day wearing a ballet tutu and a shoe on his head.

Not the worst idea
 
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