Renault Argentina Site Hacked by Turkish Ajan, 37,000 Accounts Leaked

Usernames, passwords and other details have been published

By on January 24th, 2013 14:10 GMT

Members of the Turkish Ajan hacker collective have breached and defaced the Argentinian website of car manufacturer Renault (Renault.com.ar). 

The hackers have altered one section of the website, configuring it to redirect visitors to a defacement page.

In addition, they’ve published a file which contains the details of 37,583 users, including their names, email addresses, physical addresses, password hashes, phone numbers and dates of birth.

This is not the first time when Turkish Ajan targets a Renault website. Back in December 2012, they defaced the car manufacturer’s Bulgarian website.

At the time, they leaked the email addresses of more than 6,000 users who had subscribed to the company’s newsletter.

Earlier this month, the hackers targeted several Panasonic websites from all over Europe.
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