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Submission + - Hackers Breach IAEA Server (threatpost.com)

Gunkerty Jeb writes: The International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed that one of its decommissioned servers had been accessed and had data stolen from it.

The admission from the United Nations’ nuclear regulatory arm came in response to the publication of some 170 email addresses, apparently belonging to the same number of scientists, showed up in identical entries on Cryptome and the text sharing site Pastebin.

The list of email addresses comes alongside a veiled threat to release more information from the compromised server if the IAEA doesn’t investigate nuclear weapons and other activities in Israel.

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