Board of Investment of Sri Lanka Hacked by Davy Jones, Investor Data Leaked

The hacker has also breached the site of an important theater

By on January 25th, 2013 09:28 GMT

The hacker Davy Jones continues to target high-profile websites from Sri Lanka. His latest victim is the official website of the Board of Investment of Sri Lanka (investsrilanka.com).

The site’s entire database, including the details of over 2,000 investors and other “important” documents, has been published on the Internet.

“Anyone want to invest in Sri Lanka please contact me because I will handle all investing data from now as I have intruded in their database,” the hacker said.

EHN reveals that this isn’t the only Sri Lankan site hacked by Davy Jones in the past 24 hours. He has also breached the website of the Lotus Pond Theater, which bears the name of the country’s president, Mahinda Rajapaksa.

At the time of writing, the theater’s website was taken offline.
The hacker Davy Jones continues to target Sri Lanka websites
   The hacker Davy Jones continues to target Sri Lanka websites
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