The announcement appeared on the telegram channel of a group calling themself “SiegedSec:” time FOR SOME 1337 H4CKTIVISM!!! (4 the record, we will still manage blackhat stuff = like many, we are also pro-choice, one shouldn’t be denied access to abortion. as added coerce to the U.S government, we experience leaked many internal documents and files retrieved from Kentucky’s and Arkansas’ authorities server. These docs experience plenty of employee PII and lots more. These files are about 7-8GB in total. LEAK: [redacted by DataBreaches.net] THE ATTACKS will CONTINUE! Our main targets are any pro-life entities, including administration servers of the states with anti-abortion laws. maintain PROTESTING, donjon YOURSELF SAFE, FUCK THE governing ~ SIEGEDSEC OUT ~ When asked for clarification, @YourAnonWolf of SiegedSec informed DataBreaches that the arkansas data came from a server for Arkansas’ segmentation of soil Surveys. The kentucky data, which seemed mostly just directory and structural schema for the country with contact information did not seem to include anything sensitive. When asked about the source of the ky data, @YourAnonWolf told DataBreaches that the ky server that was hit “didn’t appear to be directly connected to any bureau or department, the server doesn’t display any web content.” As far as significance of data leaked goes, there didn’t seem to live much data of concern other than Arkansas employee data that is reportedly in the leaked data. But the number of attacking say servers to resist abortion bans by states is something that DataBreaches anticipates we may see often in the days and months to come. Therefore, I will re-post something I tweeted earlier in posting about the SiegedSec leak: To anyone who is cerebration of dumping files from a country or gov that is anti-abortion rights: please be careful not to wasteyard files they may have compiled on people who have sought, obtained, or provided abortion services.