A hacker using the handle @Ag3nt47 who recently has made some headlines as successful breached Peugeot Canada (https://www.peugeotcanada.ca/). The hack has happened some time today and as a result it has left administration and user accounts as well as other data related to the site leaked online. Ag3nt47 announced the leak from their twitter account a short time ago with the following announcement. > Peugeot® Canada Hacked By Ag3nt47### @cyber_war_news @hnbulletin @ehackernewsLeak >> pastebin.com/ZhDyn2Ay or anonpaste.me/anonpaste2/ind… — Ag3ηт47 ♣ sнα∂σωcяεω (@Ag3nt47) May 26, 2013
The data has been uploaded to pastebin.com in the format of a raw extraction which is broken down in to different sections from different tables of the sites database. The data leaked contains credentials for 4 administration of the site with user names and encrypted passwords as well as details from the sites emailing list that contains user names and emails, full dealer information, results from a email list send off. Other details are from 51 users or dealer administration who have registered with the site which contains full names, user names, email addresses and clear text passwords as well as other information related to user account and out of the 51 only 30 are non duplicated. The administration emails belong to another canadian based automotive site named, Canada Motor Importation Inc. (https://www.cmimotor.ca/).
CMI is a group of passionate people. Their products, national distribution network and customer service are imbued with the same passion.
So once again we see another automotive based website breached, failing to enforce proper encrypted for user details and overall being insecure which has allowed this breach to happen. This is becoming a trend and as i have stated before many websites and specially the auto industry needs to fix things asap to prevent this happening and prevent harm from other breaches to its administration and users. Other attacks by Ag3nt47 on auto sites include mopar and honda