the quantity of documents here suggests to me that this is not a spoof
Military Server Hacked. Confidential Data !!
Hello, I’m JAsIrX and I will share with you some documents downloaded after hacking Britam Defence server. Its website is located on the Malaysian server. I found bugs in the website with same ip and uploaded web-shell through this site. Then I hacked plesk parallels control panel and gained access to Britam Defence mail accounts and website directory. Leaked documents: Contracts copies with signatures, Private email correspondence, Personnel data, etc. Britam Defence is British private military company, operates mainly in the Middle East. It killed Arabs in Iraq and plans to invade in Iran and Syria. Look through leaked documents carefully. CW means chemical weapon, g-shell is short for a gas shell I guess. Help to distribute this info and let other people know about the threats. Thank all. This is what I found:
Archive #1 (This is for obligatory download)
Archive #2 (Here you can find most interesting things)
Archive #3 (Here is a full pack of documents)
Tony Cartalucci thinks the mention of a proposed false flag op merits a headline:
http://landdestroyer.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/is-uk-defense-contractor-planning.html. So do Infowars/Prison Planet.
A Look into the Britam Defence Data Leak Files
Lee J, Cyberwar News, Jan 26 2013
A few days ago we did a report that a British based defence company, Britam Defence had been leaked and confidential files had been published online. Since then I have had time to start going over all the files and put together a basic draft of what is in there, who has been effected and any other important information. So here it is. Skip to the bottom if you wish to know about single file/folder contents but it’s good to read it all to properly understand everything. After spending some time going over this stuff I have found the only folder really needed was arch33 which contains all leaked data and gives better insight in to the operations and companies Britam is working with. The emails in this leak and files and information mainly trace back to two members of Britam’s defence administration, one of whom is the founder and dynamic director, Philip Doughty, and the other his Business Development Director, David Goulding. Extremely personal information such as a self-compiled CV, copies of passports, and more have been leaked from David and Philip, as well as emails and other plans. From a lot of the documents its very clear that Britam is working closely with, and even offering types of training programs to, the National Saudi Gaurd and some of its internal departments and specialist groups. Contracts with Britam range from a couple of thousand up to millions of dollars and have been on going for some time now. In the hackers’ release note they made it clear they got the data from a Malaysia-based server and from a chart found within this data it’s shocking to see that Britam is using the security of McAfee but is not implementing this on the said server, which is listed as a mail server. It’s also clear that Britam does not practice data security very well, as they have been storing everything from user credentials to network information in unencrypted formats.
Breakdown of each folder
Syria Folder: 288 KB. 2 PDF files and 1 email file.
File name: CV P Doughty CV2 091.pdf
CV for Philip Doughty who is the dynamic director and founder of Britam Defence, currently resides in UAE according to his CV.
File name: Phil Doughty PP1 7200830372.pdf
PDF copy of current English, Irish passport for Philip Doughty.
File name: Sirian Issue.eml
Email between David Goulding who is the Business Development Director and Philip regarding a new offer about an operation in Syria:
Phil: We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington. We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record. Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion? Kind regards, David
Iran folder: Size: 938kb. 16 doc files and 1 email file total.
The Iran folder contains heaps of operation plans of attack and defend as well as procedures for preventing or using chemical warfare, luring targets to kill zones, medical help, intelligence to the surrounding of operations and more. All together there appears to be 15 plans of operation. It also has a file named Draft which is a email draft used for the announcement of the current operations. Appears the .doc operation files are the results of an attachment to that email. There is also a file named Iranian Issue.eml which contains this contact between Phil and David over confirmation of plans of operations in Iran by the Sauds.
Phil: Please see attached details of preparatory measures concerning the Iranian issue. Participation of Britam in the operation is confirmed by the Saudis.
Iraq Folder: Size: 153 MB. 9 Folders, 7 PDF Files, 7 DOCX Files, 6 CSV Files, 2 image files.
First file looked at was a summary report from STRATFOR titled “Curious US and French Military Deployments.” Other files include incident reports, weather reports, management plans for trips, data sheets and more.
Breakdown of Subfolders:
Britam Internet Networks & Passwords: 887KB. 2 PDF, 5 DOC, 1 folder that contains 4 further DOC files.
Sadly, they have gone to the effort to create human-readable documents in various formats that contain current login credentails for every single user related to Britam and its complete network. The files appear to be various working with one pdf contain all information.
Contracts: 37.7MB. 8 PDF, 1 CSV , 1 Image, 1 Folder named BP that contains full contract details and information. Folder contains a list of contracts, the operations, the amount due or paid. Amongst these are agreements, history, payments, guides, charts, information and much more. It also has contract agreements about clearing land mines and keeping roads safe of explosive devices.
Daily Orders: 3.88 MB. 53 DOC Files, 80 Excel files.
These contain daily movements for months of 2012, daily spending reports as well as a organisational chart.
Incident: 2.87MB. 9 DOC, 3 PDF, 1 Email, 1 power point presentation
These files consist of incident reports such as Britam security staff being stopped at checkpoints and digital equipment being seized. As well as drunk officers, requests for CCTV and security breach reports.
MOI: 2.8MB. 3 Images
Letters from the ministry of inertia (? – RB) of Iraq. Unknown content at time of publishing.
Contains Personal copies of passports of employees of Britam and other unknown related people. Passports are in variuos formats such as images, pdf etc.
Report: 14.5MB. 5 PDF, 5DOC 37 Excel files
Daily mission reports for various missions that Britam has been or is involved with.
Sitrep: 17.9MB. 8 PDF 21 Doc
Contains restricted operation reports related to Halliburton.
WMM. Contains weekly management meeting schedules and reports.