content/images/gallery/antisec12/ftc-jackhammerbuttraepd-by-anonymous-antisec.png The antisec movement is still going strong taking down government websites on a weekly rate. content/images/gallery/antisec12/ftc-jackhammerbuttraepd-by-anonymous-antisec.png Today, well just now the hacktivist group anonymous has released a statement and mirror and data from yet another government website, this time being a subdomain which when checked appears to be offline for now. content/images/gallery/antisec12/ftc-jackhammerbuttraepd-by-anonymous-antisec.png content/images/gallery/antisec12/ftc-jackhammerbuttraepd-by-anonymous-antisec.png The leak which has been dub'd "FTC JACKHAMMERBUTTRAEPD" has a message for the federal trade commission (FTC) which contains some fairly storng worded comments.

To: US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Subject: CONGRATZ! YOU WON A FREE COLONOSCOPY!!!!!!1 Dear Fuctarded Troglodyte Clusterfuck (FTC): Congratuations! You got rooted and rm'd (AGAIN). U MAD!? Don't like it? Oh wait, you want some lube? Ohhhh, you want MORE lube. (Well ok then, you silly bitch!) So, how’s it feel when your entire site is jack-hammered off the internet? Do tell! Guess what? We’re back for round 2. Well, with the doomsday clock ticking down on Internet freedom, Antisec has leapt into action. Again. Holy déjà vu hack Batman! Expect us yet? Hey FTC! Y u no ask Google to delay the privacy-violating changes to its terms of service? Y u let Google combine user data without user consent? Y u collect 8 million Do Not Call List complaints online from bothered citizens, but u only took action 83 times? Y u suck? Even more bothersome than your complete lack of competence in maintaining your own fucking websites and serving the citizens you are supposed to be protecting, is the US federal government’s support of ACTA. You really want to empower copyright holders to demand that users who violate IP rights (with no legal process) have their Internet connections terminated? You really want to allow a country with an oppressive Internet censorship regime to demand under the treaty that an ISP in another country remove site content? Well, we have a critical warning for you, and we suggest you read the next few paragraphs very, very closely. If ACTA is signed by all participating negotiating countries, you can rest assured that Antisec will bring a fucking mega-uber-awesome war that rain torrential hellfire down on all enemies of free speech, privacy and internet freedom. We will systematically knock all evil corporations and governments off of our internet. And just think, as you’re reading this statement, we are already sailing into new waters with our allied shiny epic lulzfleet. Don’t fret, we’ve already prepared treasure chests of stolen booty, diamonds and pizzas for our next raid. We are s(h)itting on hundreds of rooted servers getting ready to drop all your mysql dumps, child pr0n and mail spools (to be honest, fucking too much for us to read on our own, so we swap with all criminal underground allies for sex and 0days). Oh wait, what’s that? Your passwords? Addresses? Your precious bank accounts? Even your online dating details?! (yep, We know you're cheating on your…well, we won’t get into that here. Yet.) Yep, we know all about you. All of your little secrets will be laid bare for the world to see. So, how does it feel to be the one spied on? Oh, eat cock now. Kthxbai. :D

The leaked data contains server information, database information and a users table from the subdomains sql database which contains only a few accounts(49) when matched to the other antisec leaks we have seen over the past,