The first text file contains over 3700 emails with other personal information, which has now been processed by ozdc.net so you may use that to check for breached accounts.
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About an hour ago we did a small report on the first part of the partial leak then followed by another article about the first 80mb leak. Now they have just announced a further 268MB of data which comes from two CSV files. The data appears to of been censored so no major personal information has been leaked to the public although they have left some minor personal information in one of the files.
Just now they have leaked 3 bits of this data which comes as a very partial leak compared to the main data they are said to have. So far they have leaked 128 accounts with data such as usernames, passwords, emails and other personal information. The leak also has other information from a 137 business accounts which data contains abns, acns, company names, employee counts and other information such as spending.
Over the past few weeks we have watched Australian hacktivist who are not happy about the proposed security laws that may or may not be coming into place been attacking many different Australian websites under the OpAustralia flag as a result. Alot of these sites have so far been Queensland government based with many defacement’s already happening. The have also been […]
Today we got contacted by a hacker using the handle youkin who alerted us to an attack that was on thew Tehran water company website. The site http://www.tw.org.ir was first attacked on its main news page and then a 2nd attack was carried out on its main news page which has since been removed and now returning a 404 status.