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After providing log-in credentials, Keys allegedly encouraged the Anonymous members to disrupt the website. The story, titled "Pressure builds in House to pass tax-cut package" was renamed "Pressure builds in House to elect CHIPPY 1337." The story summary was similarly edited to read, "House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer sees 'very good things' in the deal cut which will see uber skid Chippy 1337 take his rightful place, as head of the Senate, reluctant House Democrats told to SUCK IT UP." Keys' alleged role, according to the indictment, was to provide the hackers with a username (apparently, "anon1234") and password in an Internet Relay Chat channel called .
After providing that information, Keys allegedly wrote "go fuck some shit up", using the handle AESCracked.
Referring to this article, it reads in part: Earlier today, the website Gawker published a story outing several high-level members of the hacktivist group Anonymous.
The Gawker story sourced me in several paragraphs as a journalist who had gained access to secret chat rooms in which high-ranking members of the group would plan various attacks on websites, to be executed by common members of Anonymous in public chat rooms.
AESCracked also suggested that he had "a hard drive full of Tribune crap" but that he didn't have it available.
Buzz Feed notes that Keys wrote about his involvement with Anonymous last year on his Tumblr page.
Raman is Acting Assistant Attorney General for Justice's Criminal division. Earlier this year, he was criticized for insisting on the mandatory minimum sentence for a man charged with growing marijuana.
Wagner is also the attorney who prosecuted Hector Xavier Monsegur, a hacker associated with Lulz Sec, the group responsible for a series of hacks including of the security firm HBGary.
In 2011, he was a finalist for an award from the Online News Association for his personal coverage of the Japanese earthquake.
The attorneys assigned to the case are Mythili Raman and Benjamin Wagner. Attorney role since 2009, having spent the prior decade prosecuting corruption, fraud, and cyber crimes.
I provided Gawker with just one of dozens of logs that were taken during my two-month access to top level hackers within Anonymous.
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The Department of Justice announced today that Matthew Keys, deputy social media editor at Thomson Reuters and former employee of a Fox affiliate in Sacramento, has been indicted for allegedly giving members of Anonymous login information to hack the The three-count indictment alleges that in December 2010 Keys provided members of the hacker group Anonymous with log-in credentials for a computer server belonging to KTXL FOX 40’s corporate parent, the Tribune Company.According to the indictment, Keys identified himself on an Internet chat forum as a former Tribune Company employee and provided members of Anonymous with a login and password to the Tribune Company server.