New Anonymous Hack Exposes 90,000 Email Addresses of U.S. Military Members
Typically, the hacker group posted the information on pastebin.
Anonymous' interest in Booz Allen, the hacker groups said, was over "questionable involvement in the U.S. government's SWIFT surveillance program." Additionally, the group said, Booz Allen was complicit, along with HBGary Federal, in a project intended "to destroy the concept of online anonymity."
AntiSec is a campaign first started by former hacker group LulzSec, in partnership with Anonymous. Since LulzSec disbanded, Anonymous has taken up the slack.
There's been some backlash over this hack, with some objecting to the exposure of the email accounts of U.S service personnel, when the actual target was Booz Allen. AnonymouSabu, who is believe to be a key member of the group, Tweeted: "I think people are confused. What we did today was more patriotic than wearing a cute little American flag pin. And we're not even American."