The Anonymous hacker busted for allegedly stealing data from the U.S. Army, Lockheed Martin, Bank of America, and more admits to nabbing confidential information and breaking the law.
Firm agrees to offer free subscriptions and more to people affected by the Anonymous-related breach of its network.
Latest data dump purportedly includes 860,000 e-mail addresses and 75,000 unencrypted credit card numbers.
During the court case for Jeremy Hammond--the Antisec hacker busted for stealing data in the Stratfor breach--the FBI says charges made with stolen credit card information equals $700,000.
Analysts find that the AntiSec hack reported Christmas Day against the security think tank affected some 50,000 people, and more files are expected to be released in the coming days.
The leak includes discussions Stratfor employees reportedly had on everything from Julian Assange to the 2008 U.S. presidential election.
As the computer programmer faces sentencing for the massive Stratfor hack, which revealed 200GB of government agency and private corporation data, thousands of supporters applaud his motives.
The self-described "hacktivist" receives the maximum sentence for his role in the massive 2011 Stratfor hack.
A man said to be affiliated with the hacking collective Anonymous gets prison time for breaking into police and municipal Web sites in Utah, New York, Missouri, and California.
A series of tweets claim that Anonymous has hacked Stratfor's e-mail and client list, including snagging credit card numbers. Stratfor's site is "undergoing maintenance."