Highlights and Updates

Syrian Electronic Army hacks U.S Central Command & threatens to leak Secret Documents

Saturday, 15th March 2014

The hacktivist group Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) plans to release U.S. military data it obtained in an alleged hack of the U.S. Central Command*.

The group also said that "in the coming days," it will update the public with "specific details and hundreds of documents" that it obtained. SEA stated on Twitter that "This is part of an on-going operation and we have already successfully penetrated many central repositories." Where they posted a screenshot, showing that that the group has hacked into the repository of Army Knowledge Online (AKO)

* The U.S. Central Command is one of nine unified commands in the U.S. military, which has an area of responsibility covering 20 countries, including Syria, Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates.