Hacktivists keep demanding the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The latest target of Operation Free Assange appears to be the United Kingdom website of renowned telecoms company Orange.
Hackers part of the NullCrew collective have published some information that has been allegedly taken from Orange.co.uk.
The data was posted in two separate Pastebin pastes. The first
contains database, table and column names, while the second
consists of host names, usernames, passwords and around 50 email addresses.
The email addresses seem to belong to employees of Orange and other telecoms providers, but also to a number of government workers.
“Enjoy, make sure you spam these govt and corp emails that were in the server as well!” the hackers wrote next to the data dump.
We have not been able to verify if the data truly comes from Orange’s servers, but most of the leaked email addresses don’t seem to be publicly available on the Web. Update.
Identity Finder has analyzed
the data leak and although they haven't been able to get a confirmation from Orange representatives, they highlight that the dump appears to be legitimate.