The potentially sensitive information was free for anyone to view, even if you hadn’t “Liked” the page.Curiously, the Albania Pirate Group has a similar logo to the Kosova Hacker’s Group, who breached servers belonging to the US National Weather Service last month.
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For all they knew, this was the custom in other countries as well.
But even though the Albanians escaped the clutches of Scotland Yard, their dealings with the eagle-eyed authorities were far from over.
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In 1839 he undertook an extensive tour from Germany to Bursa in Turkey and returned via the southwestern Balkans.It’s easy to understand how hacking groups, involved in undercover cybercrime, might want to keep their activities hidden from the-powers-that-be and law enforcement agencies, and conduct their crimes in secrecy.Which makes it all the more surprising when you stumble across a group apparently engaged in stealing and sharing login passwords for third party systems, doing so not just on a public-facing website, but on a page hosted by the world’s biggest social network.On the Albanian team's arrival in Iceland, an extensive customs search was made through their luggage and they were kept almost under house arrest afterwards until the time for the football match came around.So the Albanians' weak attempt to break their isolation with the rest of the world took on a very peculiar form. The teams entered the pitch and lined up to hear their national anthems being played.Proceeding from Skopje to Prizren, he discovered that the Ottoman authorities would not allow him to carry on northwards to Bosnia, so he set off for Shkodra through the mountains of northern Albania, a region rarely visited by foreigners.