Anonymous hacking group LulzSec claimed Thursday to have released “hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses, and passwords belonging to Arizona law enforcement.”
The data dump could contain compromising information about Arizona police efforts to infiltrate various criminal and political groups, if LulzSec’s less-boastful-than-usual statement describing its latest exploit is to be believed.
The group said in the statement on its Lulzsecurity.com promotional site that it opposed Arizona’s controversial anti-immigration law, SB1070, and “the racial profiling anti-immigrant police state that is Arizona.”
The statement was followed by a list of personal details, including email usernames and passwords, presumably belonging to Arizona law enforcement officers.
LulzSec, responsible for a string of high-profile hacks in recent months, linked to a torrent file containing its latest “payload” on a tweet describing its latest hack as “Chinga La Migra.”