Anonymous group hacks Ontario Police Chiefs website as federal government's proposed internet surveillance bill, C-30 is being supported.
The group representing Ontario's top police brass appears to be the
latest victim of "hacktivist" organization Anonymous, after the website
for the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) was downed in an
apparent cyber attack.Hackers
with the group Anonymous have claimed responsibility for leaking
purported email logins and passwords allegedly taken from the Ontario
Association of Chiefs of Police website. (iStock photo)In
another sign of backlash against the federal government's proposed
internet surveillance bill, C-30, hackers on Saturday posted what they
claimed to be an online "database leak," which purportedly revealed
login usernames and passwords for several administrators' accounts for
the OACP website.
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