The announcement has been made from twitter and the leaked data first uploaded to MEGA as a 14MB sqlmap log file that contains 8 administrator accounts of which most appear to belong to staff from University of Missouri which makes sense as its directed by Department of Veterinary Pathobiology at the University of Missouri.
When data gets leaked from cyber attacks it most often comes in the format of a users credentials or personal account information.
Today deletesec has announce a leak of data from what is turning out to be quiet a big target. The target is SPIROL International (http://spirol.com/) and as a result of them being it has over 30,000 company’s affected after there credentials have been leaked online. SPIROL is a international business going back to 1948 specializing in the fasting industry. The breach was announced from @Deletesecs twitter account and has posted 3 csv files to media fire.
On Saturday 8th of February, Anonymous Italy initiated #opCannabis, in order to show their support for the demonstration for cannabis legislation reform held that day in Rome, calling for an end to cannabis prohibition and the persecution of users and growers. The first attack started on the 8th and targeted the website of the Italian drug […]