European Space Agency login credentials released in Anonymous hack

Danny Palmer
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Data breach 'for the lulz' takes place just hours before ESA is set to take part in a mission to the International Space Station

Hackers have breached the European Space Agency (ESA) releasing names, logins and addresses of thousands of registered officials, collaborators and subscribers. The incident comes just hours bef...

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