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+ - Anonymous Hacks ManTech, FBI Contractor->

Submitted by wiredmikey
wiredmikey (1824622) writes "Following the celebration of its 103rd year in existence this week, the FBI is watching closely to see what hacking group anonymous has up its sleeve, as the group hinted several times this week that it would be releasing FBI related materials that it acquired through its ongoing hacking efforts. Tonight the group gave some hints as to what may have been hacked, or at least a source of what may have been hacked, this time pointing to ManTech, a contractor that provides cyber security services to the FBI and helps protect and secure the FBI’s classified communications infrastructure.

Anonymous posted an update via Twitter just after midnight saying, “It's #FFFriday on the East Coast, so lets give away something: @ManTech has been owned. Release within 24h.”

Along with letting the world know more data will be released on Friday, the group continued to blast the FBI and show no fear. “We are not scared anymore. Any threats to arrest us are meaningless. We are past threats. We just act. #AntiSec #FFFriday,” the group posted via Twitter.

So, what will be released on what Anonymous is calling #FFFriday? We’re not sure, but according to their Twitter feed the are excited to share what they have collected...."

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