The hacker group AntiSec has released a 1GB cache of stolen documents from two organizations with ties to U.S. law-enforcement agencies. Vanguard Defense Industries manufactures an unmanned aerial system called ShadowHawk for law enforcement and security in the private sector, while InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI, businesses, academic institutions, and law-enforcement agencies.
The e-mails posted by hacktivists on Friday reportedly belong to Vanguard Senior Vice President Richard Garcia, who AntiSec said previously worked for the FBI and Shell Oil, according to the group's Pastebin posting. "Richard T. Garcia is also an executive board member of InfraGard, a sinister alliance of law enforcement, military and private security contractors dedicated to protecting the infrastructure of the very systems we aim to destroy," AntiSec wrote. "It is our pleasure to make a mockery of InfraGard for the third time, once again dumping their internal meeting notes, membership rosters, and other private business matters."
A Shadow Hawk is a drone used by the military and now by local police-the first version carries a stunning capacity (an aerial stun gun) and can cruise at 50 mph for 3 1/2 hours.The Shadow Hawk can also carry a .12 guage or a rocket/grenade launcher.Originally designed for surveillance only -did NOT take long to mount weapons on this and use it in Afghanistan and now your neighborhood..
I wish this were untrue.