@TN_cyberarmy has just contacted us and other media sites announcing a exploit on the main american express website which allows access to data.
Exploits and exploited sites/servers get exposed every day and here we attempt to follow these.
The french websites for the Network of Chamber of Commerce (www.cci.fr) has been hacked by Tunisian Cyber Army @TN_cyberarmy.
Lots of the information security sector has spoken out about the content that was within the emails and the connection between sykes and trendmicro. Well today is yet another day that will go down in trends history books, with .c0mrade now leaking a further 6.38 GB of data that is said to contain emails from major companies and corporations from around the world.
Team Ghost Shell (TGS) leader, @deadmellox has just tipped us off to another huge leak that is on the same scale as the last chinese leak from TGS. The most recent attack is mainly on Chinese based websites with some other sites being attacked to. The leak contains a fairly detailed message as well as links to individual pastes that contain the actual leaked databases from the many attacked sites.
Another major player in the anti virus game has been hacked and as a result of a proof of concept @OfficialComrade (.c0mrade) has dumped a huge load of emails.
@OfficialComrade has been at it again, this time gaing access to bangkoks cell towers.
The exploit wsa announced yesterday via twitter.
An alledged blackmarket credit card selling website has been hacked and exposed by @hex000101 who has recently been on spree of leaking similar information.
@OfficialComrade has made another exploit announcement and this time its on a telecommunications system. The exploit effects systems in Spain and Mexico and .c0mrade claims to have full access, be able to create accounts, flag accounts etc.
He has also claimed that this was a man-in-middle attack and as a result he has leaked 84016 peoples credentials from various social networks and emailing systems.
.c0mrade aka @OfficialComrade has been leaking lots fo exploits attempting to get the attention of corporations and governments, but so far this has failed.