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Team GhostShell Claims One Million Accounts/Records Leaked; Hacking Plans Released

Team GhostShell, an underground hacking enterprise allegedly connected to Anonymous, posted an online announcement claiming possession of sensitive data belonging to a list of organizations including the CIA, MIT, and Wall Street businesses, as reported by TechEYE.net.

The group justifies its operation, Project HellFire, as a “final form of protest this summer against the banks, politicians and for all the fallen hackers this year”. MidasBank and OphiusLab are quoted as close collaborators in the hacking spree claimed to have resulted in “one million accounts/records leaked”. Team GhostShell plans “œmore releases, collaborations with Anonymous and other, plus two more projects are still scheduled for this fall and winter”. “It’s only the beginning,” warns the group leader, who signs as DeadMellox. DeadMellox promises to provide access-points to those willing and able to keep the cyber-raiding going. Potential Team GhostShell supporters would thus be able to get their hands on “six billion databases from a Chinese mainframe full of Chinese & Japanese technology”, “over 105 billion databases to a US stock exchange mainframe/s” and “3-4 different servers belonging to the Department of Homeland Security”.

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