The website of a banking services provider called Bank of Swiss (bankofswissltm.com) has been breached by a hacker called Rotating Rotar, of the Bangladesh Grey Hat Hackers (BGHH). As a result of the breach, the details of three user accounts have been made public.
The leaked data consists of access codes, passwords, usernames, account names and account numbers.
Rotating Rotar has told Softpedia that the website was hacked as a form of protest against Israel, and the killing of Muslims in Burma and Palestine. The collective also protests against the killing of Bangladeshi citizens at the Indian border.
The same group is responsible for hacking over 2,800 websites
in the past, 400 of which from Israel.
We couldn’t find too many details of the affected company, but it appears to be an organization from Switzerland that offers corporate, personal, commercial and e-banking solutions. At the time of writing, the website was still not restored.