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Personal data of nearly 500 Alliance union policemen hacked into a cyberattack

“Our organization has been the target of computer hacking orchestrated by the 'Anonymous',” the union says on Twitter. Police names, addresses and phone numbers were available on a forum. ISB has opened an investigation.

“Cyberattack alert!” written on his Twitter accountMonday, December 10, the Alliance police union which explains: “Our organization has been the target of computer hacking orchestrated by 'Anonymous'. (…) Alliance Police apologizes to our colleagues.”

An investigation, entrusted to the DGSI (Directorate General of Internal Security), was opened on December 6, says a judicial source to franceinfo. It concerns “obstruction of the operation of an automated processing system of personal data implemented by the State and organized gang, and criminal associations with a view to committing this offense”.

According to the union, “only the permutation application [whichgathersnearly500memberswhoasktochangetheirassignmentexplains[qui regroupeprèsde500 adhérentsquidemandentàchangerd’affectation explique[whichgathersnearly500memberswhoasktochangetheirassignmentexplains[qui regroupeprèsde500 adhérentsquidemandentàchangerd’affectation expliqueThe Express]has been attacked and only its users are concerned. “ “Our membership file is encrypted, but it is another site, which concerns in particular members who have registered for permutations, who has been hacked”says Frédéric Lagache, deputy general secretary of the union at franceinfo. The latter announces that a complaint will be filed.

According to LCI,identities, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and assignments of nearly 500 member police officers were made public on a forum with keywords #ACAB (All Cops Are Bastards) and #GiletsJaunes.

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