So a posting on the mailing list at InSecure.org comes from someone claiming to be in possession of a full copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The hacker, Gabriel, claims to have exploited PCs at Bloomsbury Publishing and got away with a copy of the forthcoming manuscript. That's all believable and not really surprising. What's annoying is that the hacker posted a spoiler revealing the end of the book at the top of the posting, kind of spoiling it for everyone if it is actually true.
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