Tunisian Hacker Group Offers Monetary Reward For Access To U.S. Government Databases

May 3, 2013

During the past two days, the Tunisian Cyber Army (TCA), which has previously claimed responsibility for cyberattacks against a number of U.S. government websites, offered a monetary reward of $30,000 on its Twitter account for anyone who provides the group with access to the CIA servers. The reward, said the TCA, will be given by the Al-Qaeda Electronic Army, who will transfer the funds from a “USA bank.” The TCA also offered $1000 to anyone able to discover SQL (Structured Query Language) vulnerabilities in the websites for the Pentagon, White House, CNN, and Fox News.

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