Anonymous Hacked The CIA (again?)


screenshot of my attempt


This just in from RT.


Anonymous hacked the CIA
RT 
11 February, 2012, 00:23

Traditionally known as FuckFBIFriday, this weekend eve turned into FuckCIAFriday, as hacktivists downed the official website for the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States cia.gov. At approximately 3.10 p.m. Eastern time one of twitter accounts related to the hackers' group announced "cia.gov DOWN. 
Along with the secret audio leak, numerous sites feel prey to Anonymous’ crippling assault including several entertainment industry giants and government sites. The websites for the US Department of Justice and Universal Music Group were among the first to go, with the sites for US Copyright Office, Warner Music, BMI, and RIAA following suit shortly after. These attacks were in retaliation for a raid on Megaupload, where the feds raided the file sharing service site which led to more than 20 warrants being served and several arrests internationally.

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So after getting the warning message above, I did a traceroute.


Traceroute to CIA
personal info redacted

Start: 2/10/12    2:20:25 PM  
Find route from: 192.168.0.2
             to: 198.81.129.107 (198.81.129.107), Max 30 hops, 40 byte packets
Host Names truncated to 32 bytes
 1 192.168.0.1                      (192.168.0.1    ):  3558ms        0ms        0ms        0ms        0ms   

[snip]

10 ae1-40g.ar2.sjc1.us.nlayer.net   (69.22.143.118  ):    53ms       44ms       43ms       44ms       42ms   
11 tengige0-2-2-0.gw3.sjc7.alter.ne (152.179.48.21  ):    53ms       42ms       42ms       42ms       42ms   
12 0.ge-4-1-0.xl3.sjc7.alter.net    (152.63.50.97   ):    42ms       41ms       62ms       41ms       40ms   
13 0.ge-4-3-0.xt1.lax9.alter.net    (152.63.10.9    ):    51ms       52ms       51ms       54ms       51ms   
14 vlan20-tengigabitethernet9-0.sa1 (152.63.116.41  ):    51ms       52ms       52ms       50ms       51ms   
15     *          *          *          *     
•Cancelled by user•
     *     Start: 2/10/12    2:21:07 PM  
;; Query: vlan20-tengigabitethernet9-0.sa1.lax9.alter.net ,type = ANY , class = ANY

• Query cannot resolve name •
Start: 2/10/12    2:21:16 PM  
;; Query: 198.81.129.107 ,type = ANY , class = ANY

• Query cannot resolve name •
Start: 2/10/12    2:21:21 PM  
;; Query: 198.81.129.107 ,type = ANY , class = ANY

• Query cannot resolve name •
Start: 2/10/12    2:21:28 PM  
Whois user[@]: 198.81.129.107

[whois.arin.net]
#
# Query terms are ambiguous.  The query is assumed to be:
#     "n 198.81.129.107"
#
# Use "?" to get help.
#

#
# The following results may also be obtained via:
# http://whois.arin.net/rest/nets;q=198.81.129.107?showDetails=true&showARIN=false&ext=netref2
#

ANS Communications, Inc BLK198-15-ANS (NET-198-80-0-0-1) 198.80.0.0 - 198.81.255.255
Central Intelligence Agency OIT-BLK1 (NET-198-81-128-0-1) 198.81.128.0 - 198.81.191.255


#
# ARIN WHOIS data and services are subject to the Terms of Use
# available at: https://www.arin.net/whois_tou.html
#


• Whois complete 2/10/12    2:21:29 PM   •
Start: 2/10/12    2:21:39 PM  
PING from: 192.168.0.2
       to: 198.81.129.107 (198.81.129.107) Every 500 mSecs
 PKT# RESULT  TIME(ms) LENGTH     Min     Avg     Max  Timestamp

1 failed 2/10/12    2:21:44 PM  
2 failed 2/10/12    2:21:49 PM  
3 failed 2/10/12    2:21:54 PM  
•Cancelled by user•


Packets out/in/bad/%loss = 3/0/3/100.0
• Ping Completed 2/10/12    2:21:55 PM  
Start: 2/10/12    2:22:08 PM  
Find route from: 192.168.0.2
             to: 198.81.129.107 (198.81.129.107), Max 30 hops, 40 byte packets
Host Names truncated to 32 bytes
 1 192.168.0.1                      (192.168.0.1    ):     0ms        0ms        0ms        0ms        1ms   

[snip]

10 ae1-40g.ar2.sjc1.us.nlayer.net   (69.22.143.118  ):    47ms       44ms       45ms       43ms       43ms   
11 tengige0-2-2-0.gw3.sjc7.alter.ne (152.179.48.21  ):    42ms       42ms       41ms       42ms       41ms   
12 0.ge-4-1-0.xl3.sjc7.alter.net    (152.63.50.97   ):    41ms       41ms       42ms       41ms       42ms   
13 0.ge-4-3-0.xt1.lax9.alter.net    (152.63.10.9    ):    50ms       53ms       55ms       53ms       56ms   
14 vlan20-tengigabitethernet9-0.sa1 (152.63.116.41  ):    52ms       53ms       52ms       52ms       52ms   
15     *          *          *     
•Cancelled by user•
Start: 2/10/12    2:22:42 PM  
Find route from: 192.168.0.2
             to: cia.gov (198.81.129.107), Max 30 hops, 40 byte packets
Host Names truncated to 32 bytes
 1 192.168.0.1                      (192.168.0.1    ):    15ms        5ms        0ms        1ms        0ms   

[snip]

10 ae1-40g.ar2.sjc1.us.nlayer.net   (69.22.143.118  ):    43ms       50ms       44ms       48ms       43ms   
11 tengige0-2-2-0.gw3.sjc7.alter.ne (152.179.48.21  ):    41ms       41ms       42ms       42ms       41ms   
12 0.ge-4-1-0.xl3.sjc7.alter.net    (152.63.50.97   ):    48ms       44ms       41ms       41ms       41ms   
13 0.ge-4-3-0.xt1.lax9.alter.net    (152.63.10.9    ):    51ms       52ms       51ms       58ms       66ms   
14 vlan20-tengigabitethernet9-0.sa1 (152.63.116.41  ):    65ms       51ms       52ms       51ms       51ms   
15     *          *     
•Cancelled by user•


But didn't they do this recently?  Like on the second of February?  And ...  also last year, when AntiSec was first born?

More as develops.

Be seeing you.

1 comment:

  1. I love you Anonymous! Go after the IRS in April please!

    If it's the real anonymous they probably hacked the CIA to stop us from going to war with Iran.

    But if this is the anonymous that is not truly anonymous-they may have hacked it to start the war with Iran.

    Either way-the real Anonymous is awesome.Hackers rule.

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