@le4ky has announced today that they have hacked and leaked a data from one of the worlds largest and oldest Oil companys, Exon mobil (www.exxonmobil.com). The announce came via twitter and has been done in the name of OpSaveTheArctic.
The release came with a short message and link to a petition site about OpSaveTheArctic.
” The energy companies that caused the Arctic to melt in the first place are looking to profit from the disappearing ice. They want to open up a new oil frontier to get at a potential 90 billion barrels of oil. That’s a lot of money to them, but it’s only three years’ worth of oil to the world.Previously classified government documents say dealing with oil spills in the freezing waters is “almost impossible” and inevitable mistakes would shatter the fragile Arctic environment.We’ve seen the extreme damage caused by the Exxon Valdez and Deepwater Horizon disasters – we cannot let this happen in the Arctic.
To drill in the Arctic, oil companies have to drag icebergs out the way of their rigs and use giant hoses to melt floating ice with warm water. If we let them do this, a catastrophic oil spill is just a matter of time. ”
This gave rise to #OpSaveTheArctic put forward by Anonymous.
Listed Targets :
1). Exxon Mobil Corporation
2). Shell Petrochemical Corp.
3). BP Global – British multinational oil and gas company
4). Gazprom Corporation
5). Rosneft Petroleum Corp. – Russia
[*]Phase-1 of #OpSaveTheArctic has been carried out.
Target – Exxon Mobil Corporation
To show our support to the cause,just after the employees of Exxon where hacked, we used their email ids to sign the petition at – http://www.savethearctic.org/
We suggest you to do the same,Please sign the petition at the above mentioned site.
Note: For article write-ups, please use http://leakster.net/leaks/exxon as this pastebin release may be removed.
The target site wasnt compromised due to a vulnerability, but just because of the mistake of their webmaster!
The leaked data was posted to pastebin and contains a dump of accounts and server info, The accounts are administration and user accounts and both have emails and encrypted passwords all together totalling 316 accounts.