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PostSubject: Saudileaks: Yemeni Group Hacks Saudi Gov't, Releases Thousands of Top Secret Documents   Thu May 21, 2015 9:37 pm

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940231000544

TEHRAN (FNA)- A Yemeni hacking group announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia's Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and released thousands of top secret documents from the identity and contact addresses of the country's spies to the most confidential correspondence of Riyadh officials in the last several decades.
"We have gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world," the Yemen Cyber Army said in a statement carried by several globally known hacking news websites.

The group said it has the contact addresses, phone numbers, emails, social account contents of not just the Saudi diplomats and foreign ministry staff, but also the country's spies, intelligence agents and operatives, army personnel and hundreds of thousands of secret documents of the Saudi foreign ministry and top secret files and correspondence of senior Riyadh officials with other world countries and governments since early 1980s.

"We publish only few portions of the vital information we have, just to let them know that 'truly the flimsiest of houses is the spider´s house'," the statement added.

The Yemen Cyber Army also said "portions of the visa secret information, thousands of documents from the Saudi Foreign Ministry automation system and secret emails will be published gradually so as to keep Saudi puppets always in fear of their identity disclosure".

The statement further vowed to automatically wipe the Saudi Foreign Ministry computer systems and servers at 12:00 Wednesday midnight.

Meantime, the hacking group said it has also attacked the Saudi Interior Ministry and Defense Ministry.

"We have the same access to the Interior Ministry (MOI) and Defense Ministry (MOD) of which the details will be published in near future."

The group warned that it would soon inflict even greater damage on the Saudi government if Riyadh refrains from attacking "Muslims in Yemen", adding, "Do not blame anyone but yourself and expect greater harms."

The hacking group confirmed that it is its second operations codenamed martyred "Syed Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi".

Yemen Cyber Army first came to be known when it attacked the pro-Saudi news website, AlHayat, on April 14 in protest at the Riyadh's invasion of Yemen.

The group hacked AlHayat.com "to support Yemen revolution", according to a statement left on AlHayat's website which also showed a photo of the Lebanese Hezbollah leader, Seyed Hassan Nasrallah.

The group said the cyberattack on the pro-Saudi paper was codenamed OpSaudi, and added in thTEHRAN (FNA)- Yemen Cyber Army on Thursday released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia's Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.
The Yemen Cyber Army announced Wednesday evening that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia's Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it "has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world".

The hackers' statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

The statement further vowed to automatically wipe off the Saudi Foreign Ministry computer systems and servers at 12:00 Wednesday midnight, and apparently it has succeeded as the claim has been verified by zone-h. The website shows the flash images that have been left for the Saudi foreign ministry staff and diplomats when they came to work and started up their computer systems on Thursday morning.

Also in the statement, the Yemen Cyber Army promised to release a small portion of the vital information it has. And now it has fulfilled the vow.

The group has first left defacement screenshot mirrors to prove its claim:

https://services.mofa.gov.sa/uploads/YCA.html

https://services.mofa.gov.sa/mofa.html

http://zone-h.com/mirror/id/24345684

http://golgeler.net/view-%3E215690

Then the hacking group has left a several-page word document that contains the url addresses of some of the files that it has hacked. The files contain hundreds of pages of the cables and telex messages of Saudi Arabia's embassies worldwide, Foreign Ministry communications, and internal and private documents.

The group has vowed to release the entire database of the Saudi foreign ministry in the near future.

To see the links of the files and the documents released by the Yemeni hackers, please click the file below.

Saudileaks Saudileaks

The word document starts with the name of the operation followed by the hackers' statement in English and Arabic. Then it presents the url addresses of the files. It also contains the password that you are asked to provide when downloading of each file is complete.

Many of the files that can be found in the url addresses contain scanned documents signed and sealed by top Saudi officials.

Some other url addresses require a little complicated process to download, install and run.eir message, which was apparently addressed to the "Saudi Dictators" that "we are oppressed, but not weak; we are waiting for you.
"The message is short but clear: Prepare Your Hideaway," it added.

The hackers said they leaked the names of All Alhayat users and subscribers "to warn all Pro-Saudi or pan-Arabs
accept Yemen Revolution and join us against your dictators".

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PostSubject: Re: Saudileaks: Yemeni Group Hacks Saudi Gov't, Releases Thousands of Top Secret Documents   Thu May 21, 2015 10:29 pm

Why wouldn't they release it all right away

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PostSubject: Re: Saudileaks: Yemeni Group Hacks Saudi Gov't, Releases Thousands of Top Secret Documents   Fri May 22, 2015 2:42 am

The Saudi royal family/regime are jews. The Saudis get special American cover for the Yemen op as payback for Saudis manipulating oil prices particularly against Russia and Iran (Saudis, jew American foreign policy controllers, and Israel always work in coordination). Houthis + Hezbollah + Syria + Iran + growing number of mideast revolutionary volunteers are united against Israel, Saudis, ISIS etc. Palestinians are left to rot in the hell that is Israeli aggression while the various Mideast factions duke it out. Russia is distracted with Ukraine and threats to Putin. European leaders are silent due to internal fears of jewish terrorism lest they speak out. The average American is still off in la la land, while awakened Americans still struggle with how to deal with Homegrown Jewish Terrorism.

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