The government has hundreds of thousands of pages of documents on hackers, hacking groups and high profile hacks, some of that the government investigated and some that the government infiltrated. From the FBI, to the Secret Service and the many government agencies that’ve been hacked. These files are important pieces of history for the evolution of the cyber domain, government investigations, and hacktivism. All costs go towards the release of the files, which will be made publicly available.
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- Kelly Shortridge
- Thomas Dullien
- Brian Mcinnis
- Joe Hamelin
- Digital Ebola
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- Zoltan Balazs
- Susan Davis
- David Kennedy
- Bobby Holstein
- Lacey Kasten
- Colin C.
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$2,918.37 raised out of $9,500.01.
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So far, just under three million pages of FBI records identified, funds have been raised for 124,250.
Legion of Doom – 46,250 pages ($1,598.50 – funded separately!)
LulzSec – 7,500 pages ($220 – funded!)
OurMine – 25,173 pages ($760 – funded!)
GoatSec – 15,374 pages ($460)
David Kernell – 2,871,253 pages ($15 for every 500 pages)
FBI International Cyber Sweep for DDoS Attackers – 32,000 pages ($955)
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How did the National Aeronautics and Space Administration handle one of the first major hacktivist incidents? Newly released records sheds light on what happened during NASA’s investigation of the 1989 WANK worm infection.