Monday, June 27, 2011

A group of hackers leaks Blair's personal data

A group of hackers has leaked personal data of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, among which are names, addresses and phone numbers of contacts, via Twitter, as reported Saturday by the British newspaper The Telegraph. The document also included several members contact and Booths Blairs and the maiden name of Blair's wife, Cherie.

Next to the document, which had all these data, there was a note stating that "the information in this article was obtained in December 2010. We still have access to the webmail server. The phone numbers may have changed but all information is 100% legal. " has reported that a member of the hacker group known as Poison Team Trick Twitter had informed that "Tony Blair's private information was being filtered (Friday night), also on the resume of his personal advisors, deputies British and lords, who supported the war in Iraq.

During this month, another group of hackers in the network issued LulzSec names, birth dates, addresses, emails, phone numbers and passwords of people in a Sony contest.

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