Palin: Wikileaks targeted her site, accounts
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin said Wednesday her website and credit-card info were hacked by Wikileaks supporters.
Palin told ABC News in an e-mail that hackers in London affiliated with "Operation Payback" cyber-attacked SarahPac, Palin's political action committee, as well as her and Todd Palin's personal credit card accounts.
Palin has criticized Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for the release of sensitive U.S. documents on the Wikileaks website.
According to ABC News, a SarahPAC.com technical aide said that "on our server log this morning it showed the attacks coming from a browser identified as wikileaks.org. It has since spread to others entitled 'anonymous.'"
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