“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.”
The hacker posted a picture of the computer he had access to:
After getting access to the portal, the hacker saw a portal containing around 1TB of data, he stole only around 200GB of them. After the interview with Vice, the hacker leaked the details of 9000 DHS employees on Twitter. After some time, he tweeted about the 20000 FBI employees details. These consists of names, telephone and fax numbers, department, state, email addresses and work titles.
The hacker's last tweet goes as follows:
FBI and DHS info is dropped and that's all we came to do, so now its time to go, bye folks!#FreePalestine— penis (@DotGovs) February 8, 2016
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