Anonymous: 'We hacked cybercop's email'
Source: The Register UK - Posted by Alex   
Hacks/Cracks The Anonymous hacking collective's AntiSec group has launched a fresh assault on law enforcement agencies with the release of what they claim are personal emails stolen from a Californian cybercrime investigator. The cache of emails which according to AntiSec are from the account of Fred Baclagan, a retired special agent supervisor of the Californian Department of Justice includes 30,000 emails detailing various computer forensic techniques and cybercrime investigation protocols. The hacktivists claim to have hacked into Baclagan's Gmail account and to have accessed his voicemails and SMS message logs using unspecified techniques as part of their ongoing campaign against law enforcement officials and their "allies" in the computer security industry. The cache of emails which according to AntiSec are from the account of Fred Baclagan, a retired special agent supervisor of the Californian Department of Justice includes 30,000 emails detailing various computer forensic techniques and cybercrime investigation protocols.

The hacktivists claim to have hacked into Baclagan's Gmail account and to have accessed his voicemails and SMS message logs using unspecified techniques as part of their ongoing campaign against law enforcement officials and their "allies" in the computer security industry.

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