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Hackers target San Francisco BART transport agency... again

4 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

Hackers have launched another attack on a transport agency that cut off mobile phone services at San Francisco stations last week to prevent protests. Hacking group Anonymous announced on Twitter that the private data of 102 Bay Area Rapid Transit (Bart) police officers had been leaked. The group claimed responsibility on Monday for disabling Bart's marketing website, myBART.
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