Cashier Systems Exploited By .c0mrade

.c0mrade has continued to release documents that show attempt to show proof of exploits for major systems, the latest system as titled suggests is the internal access to 1000's of cashier systems across the world. The document was uploaded to pastebin and contains a few different messages but all come close to the same message, that this data is critical, that c0mrade will be incontact with them to fix the exploit and that he would like this done asap. Message:

c0mrade ; https://www.twitter.com/OfficialComrade : Cashier Systems ; #FreeSaken Hello, world. #FreeSaken --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [-] We're hog-tied, corporate-side, folks. We're all prosecutable and crucifiable. We're living in a corporate world. Moreover, the Feds will do anything to get a crack at you, or me. You'll have to swallow it though, if you pursue the criminal lifestyle, you have to accept the aftermath too. [-] --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [+] Subject: Cashier Systems ; Do I have Calamity with the system? No. The only thing holding me back from being ill-minded is the thought of spitefully ruining the lives of millions. It's a shame, folks. We're not malevolent, we're hungry for knowledge. They set us out to be some evil-minded spirits who want to spitefully dread the thoughts of outsiders and possibly even get them infiltrated. It's far from that, folks. I love you and that's one more fuck to give. ; I will contact the companies affected next morning. ; Moreover, here is some Cashier System ^logs. I'm sure some of you will get a kick out of this one: ===================================================================== File Link: https://anonfiles.com/file/9e9eaf5016ea241e0cfb8ef3c827e6c3 Password: 2%^$#^$36JDJAKAKDETRHTOHT24%@^[email protected]#$%^&*() ===================================================================== Furthermore, here's data that transmits through POS/SVR: 06:02:50 AM POS:SVR:TRANSMITTER:192.168.1.1 8885 1122 RETURN=REQMODE=4ACK=CUR_USR=ESTRELLA MARILYN DB_VER=TransightPOS330d1_Hotfix205(20120605)POS_VER=Version 3.30d RVC=PARKVIEW1LOCK STAT=False +++ TAG = 140 06:02:50 AM POS SVR GET ARRIVED UNLOCK_POS=ULCK_POS +++ TAG = 140 06:02:50 AM arqServer M => Every cashier system that runs POS/SVR is at risk. => Every scan is recorded, logged and cleartexted. => Estimations reveal that 1000's of systems are vulnerable. ; Here's a quick snippet of how the output looks like: -sorry removed- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ; I'm looking to get this fixed sometime next weak. The only thing holding me back from being ill-minded is the thought of spitefully ruining the lives of millions. It's a shame, folks. We're not malevolent, we're hungry for knowledge. They set us out to be some evil-minded spirits who want to spitefully dread the thoughts of outsiders and possibly even get them infiltrated. It's far from that, folks. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bye, world. #FreeSaken #out // www.twitter.com/officialcomrade

So as you can see he is still attempting to do the right thing and get the word across, its just sad that people cant just go to these people and offer help as they are often turned away or laughed at or worse...reported to the police. The release notes and proof of hack also came with a downloadable file from anonfiles which is a compressed 2mb rar file that contains logs from the cashier systems. > Nasir Bin Olu ‏@OfficialComrade@DiabloAnon@Cyber_War_News - Internal Access - 1000's of Cashier Systems - https://pastebin.com/dF53qWdP

Also .c0mrade has made a pastebin account "BinLaden" that is surely to raise more questions from bigger media. It was announced via twitter with a bit of comedy to. > Nasir Bin Olu ‏@OfficialComrade Here's a BIN for you guys - https://pastebin.com/u/binladen - brb I'm going to watch some tech movies so I can make myself feel like I have a life.

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