Anonymous replaces FBI partner site with 'Gangsta's Paradise' video
LONDON - The Associated Press
Anonymous has promised weekly hacks as the amorphous group continues its campaign against law enforcement worldwide.Hackers allied to the loose-knit Anonymous movement claimed responsibility for vandalizing websites of an Ohio FBI partner and an international prison contractor.
The website of Dayton,Ohio-based chapter of Infragard - a public-private partnership for critical infrastructure protection sponsored by the FBI - was taken down by hackers and replaced with the video for rap hit "Gangsta's Paradise."
Anonymous has promised weekly hacks as the amorphous group continues its campaign against law enforcement worldwide.
The FBI declined comment.
The website of an international prison contractor was also defaced by Anonymous, when the website of Boca Raton was replaced with a hip-hop homage devoted to former death row inmate Mumia Abu Jamal.
Anonymous said in a statement posted to the stricken website that its hack was "part of our ongoing efforts to dismantle the prison industrial complex." Geo Group Inc. spokesman Pablo Paez said in an email to The Associated Press that no information on its staff or operations was accessed.
Boca Raton manages some 60 custodial facilities in Europe, North America, Australia and South Africa.