Education websites under SQLi attacks by @d4op

American education websites have been having a hard time over the past day with many of them being SQL injected and having some sort of data leaked. These attacks are coming from @d4op and range from just minor data to users accounts. University of Oregon History Department.https://history.uoregon.edu/ leak contains usernames and encrypted passwords https://pastebin.com/kNKT8jjLMaricopa Community Collegeshttps://www.maricopa.edu/transfer/partners/ Leak contains emails and encrypted passwords. https://pastebin.com/m9cc76JzStanford Universityhttps://cgi.stanford.edu/  Single user account, encrypted password https://pastebin.com/GiwyyEbrHarvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences https://www.seas.harvard.edu/  More user names and encrypted passwords and other db information https://pastebin.com/bXi8CTLh   **University of Washingtonhttps://www.washington.edu/ this has two dumps both contain usernames/passwords https://pastebin.com/WHq6eGR7 https://pastebin.com/hvxDL4kGTeachers assisted website assist.educ.msu.edu small leak https://pastebin.com/SqHyv2MQ Now this really is starting to become a huge problem with major known corps and education outlets not making sure the data is secure. some of these campus are said to b the worlds best yet they cant even make sure they have a secure website from a basic SQLi attacks.

Lee Johnstone

Lee Johnstone

Information Security Data Analyst, Investigative Journalist, Technology Lover, Mechanic.

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