The hacking group Anonymous is claiming Booz Allen Hamilton as its latest victim. Anonymous says it broke into the company’s servers and posted 90,000 military e-mail addresses and passwords online. ComputerWorld reports, Anonymous warned on Sunday it planned new activity. It sent a Twitter message aimed at the intelligence community: “Your contractors have failed you. Tomorrow is the beginning.” Anonymous says the server it infiltrated had no security measures in place. In its Twitter feed, Booz Allen says it won’t comment.
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