Anonymous hacked the controversial, far-right web host Epik
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Anonymous claims to have hacked the controversial web hosting provider Epik, known for allowing far-right, neo-Nazi, and other extremist content.
Anonymous hacktivist collective claims has claimed to have hacked the controversial web hosting provided Epik and stolen its data, including information of the clients of the company, as part of an operation codenamed EPIKFAIL.
The hosting provided is known for allowing far-right and neo-Nazi groups to publish extremist content. The hacktivists have stolen 180GB of data of user, registration, forwarding and other information and leaked it on the DDoSecrets non-profit whistleblower site.
According to the hackers, stolen data includes:
- Domain purchases
- Domain transfers
- WHOIS history
- DNS changes
- Email forwards, catch-alls, etc.
- Payment history
- Account credentials
- Over 500,000 private keys
- An employee’s mailbox
- Git repositories
- /home/ and /root/ directories a core system
Anonymous group pointed out that the above data can allow tracing the “actual ownership and management of the fascist side of the internet.”
via Security Affairs https://ift.tt/2ISWpiN
September 15, 2021 at 03:45PM