On July 11, 2011, as part of their attack on Booz Allen Hamilton, a US defense contractor, the Anonymous group released over 90,000 military accounts containing email and password combination. The group announced the release in a Twitter post at https://twitter.com/#!/AnonymousIRC/status/90481201739087872. The table below is the list of these accounts.

Booz Allen Hamilton initially posted only a single Twitter post in response to the attack, https://twitter.com/#!/BoozAllen/status/90499027480748032, saying they generally do not comment on specific threats or actions taken against their systems. They later released a press release confirming the attack, http://www.boozallen.com/media-center/press-releases/48399320/49321746, following the wide media coverage.

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