#OpAfrica: 1TB of Kenya's Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Document Leaked By Anonymous

Anonymous hackers in Kenya leaked data of the Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs online. This is part of the operation called OpAfrica which started some months back. The data dump, which consists of PDF and Docx files, contained no sensitive information of employee’s details or credentials. The operation OpAfrica was started to fight against government corruption, child abuse and child labour in African countries. According to a document posted on ghostbin, OpAfrica will not stop here and the hackers listed a series of other government which they are targeting, namely,

Government of Burundi
Government of Togo
Government of Kenya
Government of Burkina Faso
Government of Central African Republic
Government of Ethiopia (repeat, but was overlooked during phase 1)
Government of Somalia
Government of Algeria
Government of South Africa

More can be read from the Ghostbin document:  [Click Here!]

Qatar National Bank Suffers Data Breach

1.4GB of data has been stolen from the Qatar National Bank. The data containing contain files such as QNB customer accounts, passwords, PINs, payment card data, home addresses, emails, and other PII (Personally Identifiable Data) data has been dumped online by an unknown hacker on the Cryptome website.
Several security firms and journalists, who have analysed the data have confirm the validity of the data. These dumped data contain enough information to commit financial fraud by using the name of the affected clients. The bank has not issued any official statement and stated that they do not comment on speculation. They also added that there is no financial impact on its customers.

The data dumped also contained intelligence information and internal bank documents. Data on Qatar's Royal Family, the Qatari Ministry of Defence, and various intelligence agencies from Qatar (Mukhabarat), the UK (MI6), France and Poland can be found in the a folder named as SPY. Details on Al-Jazeera reporters were included.


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