US DHS Compromised, FBI Might Be Next



  • A hacker has released the personal details of 10,000 Department of Homeland Security employees and contractors and supposedly has 20,000 from the FBI to be released later today.



  • #HelpDeskFail "“So I called up, told them I was new and I didn't understand how to get past [the portal],” the hacker told Motherboard. “They asked if I had a token code, I said no, they said ‘that's fine — just use our one.’”"



  • @travisdh1 said:

    #HelpDeskFail "“So I called up, told them I was new and I didn't understand how to get past [the portal],” the hacker told Motherboard. “They asked if I had a token code, I said no, they said ‘that's fine — just use our one.’”"

    You mean they didn't crawl through the vents and hang from the ceiling over a pressure sensitive floor?



  • @johnhooks said:

    @travisdh1 said:

    #HelpDeskFail "“So I called up, told them I was new and I didn't understand how to get past [the portal],” the hacker told Motherboard. “They asked if I had a token code, I said no, they said ‘that's fine — just use our one.’”"

    You mean they didn't crawl through the vents and hang from the ceiling over a pressure sensitive floor?

    You forgot the egregious body shots of a woman crawling though "laser" lights.



  • @travisdh1 said:

    @johnhooks said:

    @travisdh1 said:

    #HelpDeskFail "“So I called up, told them I was new and I didn't understand how to get past [the portal],” the hacker told Motherboard. “They asked if I had a token code, I said no, they said ‘that's fine — just use our one.’”"

    You mean they didn't crawl through the vents and hang from the ceiling over a pressure sensitive floor?

    You forgot the egregious body shots of a woman crawling though "laser" lights.

    Bright lasers, so that you can clearly see them and her, of course.