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21 May 2013
8 Telegraph Twitter accounts and Facebook hacked by Syrian Electronic Army
The Daily Telegraph , UK based international news portal, is the latest victim to the social media hacks of Syrian Hacker group. Earlier today, the Syrian Electronic Army has hijacked 8 Twitter accounts Telegraph news and facebook account.
As usual hackers started to tweet from the hacked account. "#FSA terrorits executed innocent citizens: on.ft.com/10VkxZk #SEA Syria" one of the tweets posted by the group reads.
The list of hacked accounts:
In addition to the twitter account hack, they also hijacked the official Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/TELEGRAPH.CO.UK
"We are aware that some of our accounts have been compromised and are working to resolve the issue. Many thanks for your patience." The telegraph responded to the hack.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Social Engineering Attack
Syrian Electronic Army
20 May 2013
Bangladesh Air Force Career website's database hacked by @1923Turkz
A hacker has managed to gain access to the database server of the official career website of Bangladesh Air Force and leaked the accounts' login credentials.
"Joinbangladeshairforce.mil.bd", serves as a portal for applying for Air Force, is reportedly breached by the hacker using the online name @1923Turkz. The SQL injection vulnerability in the website gave him the opportunity to break in.
The database breach was
in his twitter account along with the link to the accounts leak.
The leak include login credentials of 19 accounts that contains the email addresses that ends with 'army.mil.bd' and encrypted passwords.
Although the passwords are encrypted , it won't take much time for someone to crack the hash. We have analyzed the leaked passwords and found most of the passwords are very weak passwords.
A simple google search reveals the decrypted passwords. We just like to point out one of the worst password used : "password". We recommend the Bangaldesh government to immediately fix the vulnerability and urge users to change their password.
Monday, May 20, 2013
Four Anonymous hacktivists arrested in Italy
Italian Police have arrested four suspected Anonymous hackers who are believed to be the hackers who participated in the "Tango down" operations.
Four men arrested are a 43-year-old man from near Lecce, a 20-year-old from Bologna, a 28-year-old from the province of Venice and a 25-year-old from the province of Turin.
The four individual part of hacktivist movement are being accused of various attacks including a Distributed-denial-of-service(DDoS) attack against the Vatican government websites.
The police said the group also hacked into organizations for selling their IT solutions as antivirus, according to
Monday, May 20, 2013
19 May 2013
Globo.com hacked and sub-domains redirect to spam ads
Globo.com , one of the top 10 portal of Brazil , has been hijacked by cyber criminals and users are being redirected to a website that displays spam ads, reports
The Users who visit the main domain and sub-domains(etc.globo.com, g1.globo.com,..) are being redirected to the pagesinxt.com - The domain appears to be registered in 2011 displays ads about internet, hosting, antivirus.
The sucuri says "redirection has been going for a few hoursat least and we detected it for the first time around 8am EST and it is still live four hours later (noon EST)". Yes, The website still redirects users to the ads-displaying page.
Researchers identified an external script "hxxx://sawpf.com/1.0.js" which is being loaded in the site causes the redirection.
It appears the cybercriminals have hijacked the sawpf.com and modified the scripts such that it redirects to the target website.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
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