Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Tunisian Cyber Army hacked sites Pentagon and U.S. State Department
According to the company illSecure, activists Tunisian Cyber Army to identify and exploit vulnerabilities that can make the implementation of SQL-code on two domains belonging to the U.S. State Department.
According to the hackers, they were able to gain access to confidential information, and IP-addresses of government computers and servers. In addition, members of the Tunisian Cyber Army identified and, by some accounts, used XSS-vulnerability in one of the Pentagon's website, owned by the National Guard of the Army.
According HackRead, hackers are planning to use the identified vulnerabilities in the operation OpBlackSummer. This operation Tunisian Cyber Army is planning a collaboration with Chinese hackers. It should be noted that this is not the first time that hackers identify and exploit vulnerabilities in systems to protect U.S. State Department website. It is known that in February of this year, as part of Operation OpLastResort, activists hacker group Anonymous stole the credentials of hundreds of users from a database site state.gov.
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