Anti-Israel hacking collective steals “highly sensitive” nuclear data and satellite imagery from IAEA
Trying to strongarm the IAEA into acting against Israel’s nuclear program, so as to render the Jewish State defenseless against a nuclear jihad from Iran.
“IAEA Incursion,” by Adam Kredo in the Washington Free Beacon, December 3 (thanks to Steve):
An anti-Israel hacking collective has seized
“highly sensitive” nuclear data and satellite imagery from the
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the world”s top nuclear
watchdog, according to the website Cryptome.
Parastoo stole the personal information of nearly 200 IAEA scientists
and officials last week, including one employee in the United States
Department of Energy”s (DOE) Office of Science. DOE is responsible for
overseeing America”s nuclear arsenal.
Parastoo now claims to have pilfered reams of documents and personnel
information from the nuclear watchdog”s internal “nuclear data
section,” according to a statement by the group.
It also has obtained “highly sensitive information, Including
Confidential “˜SafeGuard” Documents, Satellite Images, Official letters,
[and] Presentations,” according to the statement.
The hacker group has threatened to release this sensitive information
unless the IAEA launches a formal investigation into Israel”s nuclear
site, which some believe houses nuclear arms.