The infamous hacker who breached several online accounts of Director of National Intelligence James Clapper earlier this week took over the Facebook and LinkedIn of an ex-Geospatial-Intelligence officer Thursday evening.
“Cracka,” the alleged teen hacker who also accessed CIA Director John Brennan’s private email late last year, tweeted out screenshots last night after accessing the Facebook of Vonna Weir Heaton, former National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Chief Information Officer and current Vice President at Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
A friend of Heaton appears to have contacted the hacker over a private Facebook chat, likely noticing the unusual activity, shortly after the hacker’s post.
Another screenshot suggests the hacker continued to have access as Heaton logged in to alert her friends.
“Friends and Family, I think my FB account has been hacked. Please ignore inappropriate messages. I’ll resolve this soon,” Heaton said as the hacker commented “fuck off retard” from the same account.
Heaton appears to have drawn the attention of Cracka after she appeared on Clapper’s call logs earlier this week.
“The hacker also sent me a list of call logs to Clapper’s home number,” Motherboard’s Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai wrote Tuesday. “In the log, there was a number listed as belonging to Vonna Heaton, an executive at Ball Aerospace and a former senior executive at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.”
Speaking with Infowars, Cracka said he first contacted Heaton while logged into Clapper’s LinkedIn account.
“Her and Clapper worked together and were pretty close,” he said.
Cracka described Clapper’s online security practices as “stupid,” stating that he used the “same password for everything.”
Heaton also failed to take steps to secure her accounts as well, the hacker said.
“She’s a government retard and deserves everything bad to happen to her, just like every other gov loser that’s gonna be breached,” Cracka said.
Infowars reached out to Heaton for question but has not heard back thus far.
Despite gaining access to the online accounts of some of the intelligence community’s most high-ranking members, Cracka and his associates appear to remain at large.