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Small Town NJ Police Depatment HACKED! They suspect Anonymous!!!! LMAO!

 
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Small Town NJ Police Depatment HACKED! They suspect Anonymous!!!! LMAO!
FAIRFIELD — A series of cyberattacks has led to the destruction of the Fairfield Police Department's website, police officials said today.
The department's website was attacked three times stretching back to December, and the most recent attack succeeded in destroying several files on the server, leading officials to take the website down, Chief Charles Voelker said today.

“This appears to have been a cyberattack that was directed specifically at a government agency,” Voelker said in a statement. “We are working at trying to restore the site as quickly as possible and are asking the public to be patient as we do so,"


[link to www.nj.com]

I am going to start blaming everything on ANOYMOUS!
WAR INSIDE MY HEAD.
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01/28/2013 07:03 PM
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I thought for sure the town would be Hackensack.
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Maybe they should change the admin's password to something besides 1-2-3-4.
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Annoying Mouse. Damn.
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Re: Small Town NJ Police Depatment HACKED! They suspect Anonymous!!!! LMAO!
FAIRFIELD — A series of cyberattacks has led to the destruction of the Fairfield Police Department's website, police officials said today.
The department's website was attacked three times stretching back to December, and the most recent attack succeeded in destroying several files on the server, leading officials to take the website down, Chief Charles Voelker said today.

“This appears to have been a cyberattack that was directed specifically at a government agency,” Voelker said in a statement. “We are working at trying to restore the site as quickly as possible and are asking the public to be patient as we do so,"


[link to www.nj.com]

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Why there???....is the question. hmm
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01/28/2013 07:34 PM
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Fairfield NJ - a bedroom community of NYC - is a scary place. I know - I used to live there.

Enough said.
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01/28/2013 07:42 PM
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por que?
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01/28/2013 07:46 PM

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Fairfield NJ - a bedroom community of NYC - is a scary place. I know - I used to live there.

Enough said.
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Huh?

another do
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Re: Small Town NJ Police Depatment HACKED! They suspect Anonymous!!!! LMAO!
FAIRFIELD — A series of cyberattacks has led to the destruction of the Fairfield Police Department's website, police officials said today.
The department's website was attacked three times stretching back to December, and the most recent attack succeeded in destroying several files on the server, leading officials to take the website down, Chief Charles Voelker said today.

“This appears to have been a cyberattack that was directed specifically at a government agency,” Voelker said in a statement. “We are working at trying to restore the site as quickly as possible and are asking the public to be patient as we do so,"


[link to www.nj.com]

I am going to start blaming everything on ANOYMOUS!
 Quoting: Hawk-02


Yeah maybe it will take the emphasis off your other 50 failed predictions from your "backside intel", fucktard.

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