Hackers Allgegedly Hijack NASA Drone, Collect 631 Videos, 2,143 Flight Logs, Data on 2,414 Employees

Hackers Allgegedly Hijack NASA Drone, Collect 631 Videos, 2,143 Flight Logs, Data on 2,414 Employees

Ever since news broke that the NSA was collecting massive amounts of American citizens’ meta data, people within the government attempted to spin the program as one that intended to make Americans more safe, not less secure. A key aspect of that argument was that the data would not be seen by anyone unless there was reason to believe that a specific citizen was taking part in terrorist activity.

Or, if someone hacks into the NSA.

Apparently, its easier than one might think. While many would assume the NSA — the tech wing of the biggest institution in the world — is impervious to hacking, one group has claimed to have done exactly that. Info Wars has the story of the “massive breach” that took place in the skies over the NSA.

Continue reading on the next page to see who managed to hack into the NSA, and what information was compromised in the process:

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