‘Anonymous’ hacks phone call between FBI and Scotland Yard over Irish intelligence sharing
You Tube tape has potential to derail important international police work say FBI – VIDEO & AUDIO
A phone call between the FBI and Scotland Yard, London’s police headquarters, was hacked and its contents published on YouTube by the hackers group, Anonymous. The call disclosed details of intelligence sharing with the Irish authorities.
The hackers group, who recently attacked Irish government websites, said they intercepted an FBI agent’s email account and accessed details of the call. These details have also been published online.
The email was addressed to cops in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and France, and contained a phone number and password for accessing the call. It is believed that one of the FBI agents emailed the message to themselves, which breached the security system in place.
Anonymous gloated, via their Twitter account saying “The FBI might be curious how we're able to continuously read their internal comms for some time now.”
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British police said the conference phone call was intercepted on 17th January. They added that the interception of this call poses no risk to their ongoing operations.
Initially reported by the Sun newspaper, the FBI released a statement saying the information "was intended for law enforcement officers only and was illegally obtained."
During the call, officers and agents can be heard discussing names of people they were tracking, plans for legal action, and requests for more time. At one point co-operation with Irish officials is discussed.
British official: “I don’t know what your liaison’s been with the Irish, but we’ve been speaking with the Irish around X and Y [names redacted] and looking to share some intelligence with them and some information on that. I don’t know if they’re in on this call ... ?”
American official: “I don’t ... is anyone on from Ireland?… No, I don’t think so.”
British official: “Now I’m not sure if it’s going to assist or take our job any much further but… it’s probably worth getting back in touch with them from your side because I think they’ve got stuff that they could share.”
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