Some of the records appear to be out of date. The hacker claims to have tricked an employee into providing a token that could be used to access a DOJ online portal, which in turn provided access to three computers and the staff databases. Its unclear who was behind the hack. “The department takes this very seriously and is continuing to deploy protection and defensive measures to safeguard information. Any activity that is determined to be criminal in nature will be referred to law enforcement for investigation,” a spokesperson of Department of Justice wrote.But they not have any trace for the moment. Some people commented online miming surprise because the FBI has so many agents. Others are ready to bid estimating how much time will take to the FBI to find the hacker.