Latest Anti-Sec Dump Targets Anguilla, Brazil, Zimbabwe and Australian Government Servers Drew Wilson | June 27, 2011 LulzSec might be gone as an entity, but their effect, and leaks, are living on. This time, their latest leak is targeting several government servers. Anonymous clearly is picking up where LulzSec left off. Note: This is an article I wrote that was published elsewhere first. It has been republished here for archival purposes Previously, the major AntiSec dump consisted of content from the Arizona police force. This time, the Anti-Sec dump consists of sensitive content from the servers of a number of governments. The news comes after LulzSec officially called it quits as an entity – their membership has reportedly been absorbed back in to Anonymous. The content of several servers have been uploaded to MediaFire. The first batch is content from the government servers of Anguilla. The second batch appears to be passwords from the Brazilian government servers. The third batch is the userbase of Zimbabwe. The fourth batch is vaguely content from Australia. Anonymous is currently working on exposing content from the US as well, but such content has not made an appearance as of this writing. In a subsequent Tweet, Anonymous commented, “Currently uploading about everything about Zimbabwe Government on Internet there is to know. Who actually likes Robert Mugabe?” We’ll keep you posted on any further developments. Anonymous hasn’t issued a statement about the nature of these leaks as of this writing. Update: Anonymous has now posted the entire Zimbabwe government. Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.