Police tapes stolen. Thousands of gigabytes of helicopter material in the hands of hackers

Police tapes stolen.  Thousands of gigabytes of helicopter material in the hands of hackers

A recent report Wired He pointed to the activity of hacker activists from the DDoSecrets group (Distributed Denial of Secrets), who recently managed to intercept almost two terabytes of recordings from police helicopters.

Activists stole police tapes from disks. They pointed out not only the problem of surveillance, but also the security of data by the police

Is life in the US burdened with too much supervision over citizens? The problem may not reach the level of China, but it is clearly worth attention, and not only in terms of privacy. The recordings were stolen straight from unsecured cloud drives, indicating that the US police are not able to ensure that the collected data remains adequately protected against such situations.

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The DDoSecrets group pointed it out – it targeted irregularities in the operation of the police in terms of securing data. These apparently come from two police departments (in Dallas and Georgia) that simply left the recordings on unsecured cloud drives.

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Most of them are conventional recordings of law enforcement agencies during the work of officers, but there is also some of a surveillance nature. such as aerial shots of police cars pulling other cars onto the side of highways. But most of them are boring, involving seemingly pointless surveillance.


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