Arizona, Hacking, LulzSec

LulzSec drops Chingra La Migra ‘payload’, hack of Arizona law enforcement

The first results of LulzSec’s Operation Anti-Security have been released. Dubbed ‘Chingra La Migra’ (which roughly translates as ‘fuck the border patrol’), the ‘payload’ seems to be the results of a hack against Arizona law enforcement agencies.

The hack has turned up contact details, including passwords, for a number of Arizona police officials, as well as a vast array of documents including training manuals, internal briefings and internal correspondence. LulzSec say they targeted the Arizona force because of its alleged racial profiling. It remains to be seen whether anything in the ‘payload’ supports such allegations.

Taking on another law enforcement agency is a bold step for LulzSec, which seems to take pride in baiting groups such as the CIA and the FBI. And with more ‘payloads’ due by Monday, according to LulzSec’s Twitter feed, it seems that there could be plenty more embarrassment to come.


About Michael R. Gideon

Writer, teacher, dog walker, guitarist, husband, father, reader, journalist etc. I mainly write at 100gf | Politics and Computers, but occasionally at other sites such as TV Vomit and Indie Bookspot. My Google Plus profile.


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