Anonymous Leaks 3,700 Documents Stolen from the Greek Government and OSCE

The leak is part of a campaign called OpGoldenDawn

By on October 14th, 2013 06:53 GMT

Hackers of Anonymous have leaked over 3,700 documents allegedly stolen from the A3 Directorate for Southeastern European Countries of Greece’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). The attack is part of an operation dubbed “OpGoldenDawn.”

“We all know how bad the situation in Greece today is, alongside the economic mayhem the government allowed Nazis from Golden Dawn to sabotage the integrity of entire country and European principles of freedom and moral,” the hackers said.

“Today we deliver first sucker punch in a series of jaw breaking leaks, to reveal the truth about the Greece government involvement in conspiracy to spy on us with the help of its ENISA and OSCE cybercrime units. Those responsible for arrests of our fellow lulz charged with OP Payback. 13 is a sacral number so we will deliver one punch to reach exactly that.”

The hacktivists urge their supporters to make copies of the classified, restricted, and confidential documents posted on cyberguerrilla.org to make sure they can’t be removed by “government cleaners.”

They claim more documents will be leaked in the future.

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