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The Unknowns, steal codes from Nasa, the U.S. military... and the Jordanian Yellow Pages

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

Nasa and the U.S. military are among high-profile victims of a new group of hackers, calling themselves 'The Unknowns'. The group, who professes to use its hacking abilities as a force of good, contacted a range of security-conscious firms and revealed a list of passwords and sensitive documents that they had plundered.It is unclear whether the companies affected even knew that their security systems had been bypassed.
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