Hackers Leak Private Files of America's Biggest Police Union
Hackers Leak Private Files of America's Biggest Police Union

InShortViral: Private Files of American Police Officers which included their names as well as their address’s were leaked online and posted on social networking sites.

Hackers have disclosed names and addresses of officers, forum posts that were censorious of American President, Barack Obama and sensitive agreements with city authorities were posted online in the Fraternal Order of Police Hack.

Hackers Leak Private Files of America’s Biggest Police Union

These private files belonged to United State’s Biggest Police Union which were posted online on Thursday by hackers. The FOP which is abbreviated as Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) said that it it represents nearly 330,000 law enforcement officies throughout America. He further said that FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) was probing this matter after 2.5 GB of data was extracted from its servers and after that it was leaked online and quickly posted on social media. However, Union’s National Website (fop.net) was offline on Thursday.

FOP’s National President, Chuck Canterbury said in an interview that “We have contacted the office of the assistant attorney general in charge of cyber crime, and officials from FBI field offices have already made contact with our staff”.

America’s Intelligent Agency, FBI did not answered whether it is investigating this issue.

A person namely Cthullu posted in his blog that he/she had disclosed the filed after obtaining them from a source who wished to remain unidentified and wanted it to release to General Public. Cthullu in a statement said that “Our role is simply to present the material in an unadulterated form for the public to analyse.

So, this was all about the data leak of American Officers and sensitive agreements made between city authorities in America. Cthulu has justified that why he had leaked this information. We hope that you loved this article, feel free to share this with your friends.