An Anonymous-affiliated hacker called r0gu3An0n claims to have penetrated the website of 1st Class Media (1stclassmedia.co.uk), a UK-based web development services provider.
The attacker states he has leveraged SQL Injection vulnerabilities in order to gain access to the company’s databases.
The information he has published online consists of names, usernames, email addresses, passwords (hashed and clear text) and other contact details.
However, as Cyber War News highlights
, it appears there are some collateral victims in this incident. Details reportedly belonging to the customers of other websites – such as jbt.co.uk, bizassist.com, elisa.co.uk, omega.co.uk, and sestra.gov.uk – have also been published by the hackers on anonpaste.me.
I’ve attempted to reach out to the company to see if they can deny or confirm the hacker’s claims, but their website appears to be experiencing some problems, so it’s uncertain if my inquiry has reached them. I’ll provide an update if more information becomes available.