I swear, the universe has such an interesting way of working itself out. A couple weeks ago I learned of a controversial new project being undertaken by US cyber-mercenaries on behalf of the United Arab Emirates, solely designed to spy on other Arab nations, news outlets, activists and journalists abroad. More specifically, their work is/was officially code-named “Project Raven,” an operation designed to spy on UAE counterparts in countries such as Qatar, including Qatari media outlets such as Al-Jazeera news.
Learn More – Project Raven: https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-spying-raven/
A recent report has detailed "Project Raven", the UAE's top-secret spy programme that targeted officials, journalists, political opponents and activists, including US citizens pic.twitter.com/k82keIyUee
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However, over the course of the last few weeks/months since news of Project Raven first became public, it appears as though the United Arab Emirates has now made itself a target as a result. I say this because last night I came across an interesting cache of documents left exposed online, all stolen from various offices and organizations throughout the UAE dating back to March 2019. Together with the help of PopTart from Pryzraky, Rogue Media Labs was able to extract, compress and back up each the files to be released to the browsing public here today. The leak in its entirety contains records stolen from 11 businesses, offices, agencies and organizations across the UAE – including information such as site webmail passes, user passes, web shells and much more.
Named In The Leaked Doc’s Below:
Abu Dhabi Airports
Abu Dhabi Statistics Center
Emirates Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority
Emirates Ministry of Presidential Affairs
Emirates National Oil Company
Emirates National Media Company
Emirates Policy Center
Emirates Prime Ministers Office
Lamprel Energy Limited
Download Full File Here: https://roguemedia.co/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/UAE_Dump.zip