Anonymous used credit card numbers stolen in December from the servers of security firm Stratfor to make at least $700,000 in false credit card purchases, according to the FBI.
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The security firm Stratfor has sent an email to customers affected by the cyber attack on its services by Anonymous, offering free identity theft protection services for a year.
A new report claims that the cyber attack on the security think tank Stratfor by Anonymous resulted in over 50,000 credit card numbers, among other data, being stolen from the company's server.
The hacker group Anonymous is the likely suspect in a new cyber attack on the security-based organization Stratfor. Credit card information was allegedly stolen as part of the attack.