The Game Isn’t Over Until It’s Over


Well I won’t say we told you so, but…

Shortly after the FBI boasted they had ripped the head off the hacktivist group Anonymous,  OpLastResort was called to action, rising like the phoenix from its  fiery ashes.

Recently, Austin P. Berglas, assistant special agent in charge of the FBI’s cyber division, boasted how the 2012 arrests of LulzSec members had “destroyed” the leadership of Anonymous, rendering it effectively neutralized.

In an interview with the Huffington Post, Berglas said “The movement is still there, and they’re still yacking on Twitter and posting things, but you don’t hear about these guys coming forward with those large breaches. It’s just not happening, and that’s because of the dismantlement of the largest players.”

OpLastResort began tweeting out links to an apparently hacked restaurant site, The Federal Grill, uploading vast amounts of data apparently taken directly from FBI servers. They then issued a challenge via Twitter to readers and reporters: “Greetings Internet… Would you like to play a game? Follows a very simple crypto challenge provided thanks to Agent Berglas. THERE IS PRIZE”

From what I gather OpLastResort may have accessed data from the Regional Forensics Computer Laboratory (RFCL).  They have posted hidden PDF files and pages on The Federal Grill’s web site.   OpLastResort said there could be no better place to grill the Feds than The Federal Grill.

It is said the documents include slides from a presentation held in Orange County and contains the numbers of cases handled in a lab, the referring law enforcement agencies, resolutions, and more.


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