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Source: H Security - Posted by Alex   
Hacks/Cracks Activists from hacker movement Anonymous have attacked the servers of Strategic Forecasting (Stratfor) and claim they have gained access to more than 200 gigabytes of mail data. Stratfor founder George Friedman has since confirmed that a confidential list of customers has been published on other web sites. An excerpt of the list contained some 4,000 entries, including such Stratfor customers as the US Army, the US Navy, Miami Police Department, Deutsche Bank, DHL, and German news weekly Der Spiegel. The Stratfor web site is currently down the company has been providing updates through its Facebook page. As of writing, in the most recent update the company's Founder said that the list released is not, as claimed by Anonymous, the company's "private clients" but just a list of companies who have subscribed to or purchased Stratfor publications.

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