Hackers release one million bank, web account details
A hacking group has released one million records and accounts from banks, government agencies and other sources.
The group, calling itself Team GhostShell posted compromised
databases from a Chinese mainframe, a US stock exchange mainframe and access points to three or four Department of Homeland Security servers among other sources.
Security analysts have confirmed that the data released includes at least 30,000 records, with data including credit histories from banks, administrator login information, usernames and passwords and files from content management systems.
In a statement accompanying the records, Team GhostShell said that the ‘Project HellFire' release was its "final form of protest this summer against
the banks, politicians and for all the fallen hackers this year".
Categories: Cyber Crime