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House.gov hacked by @TheWikiBoatBR for #TheWikiBoatBrazil

@Anon_Central has announced via Twitter that House.gov has been hacked and they provided the SQL database of registered users, not hashed and in plain text.  We are currently not sure if it was a sub domain, or it was the House.gov itself.

From the date, it looks like this is all information from voting registration.

This is only a fraction of the tables leaked:

"nameline",
"firstname",
"middlename",
"lastname",
"affiliations",
"address1",
"city",
"state",
"zip",
"HPHONE"

The last time House.gov was hacked was back in 2010, when a sub domain of House.gov was hacked.  The hackers defaced the page with “F— Obama!!!” on Missouri Democratic Rep. Russ Carnahan, according to a screen grab caught by the National Journal’s Hotline blog.

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