Cyber Security

Guadeloupe National Domain registrar hacked, Twitter & Google domain credentials leaked

 

Posted by Mohit Kumar on 11/10/2012 02:35:00 AM |

Guadeloupe is a Caribbean island located in  the Leeward Islands, in the Lesser Antilles. Today a hacker going by name  “UR0B0R0X” claimed to hack into the “Network Information Center  Guadeloupe” (nic.gp), which is Guadeloupe National Domain  registrar  having control over domains of big companies like  Google.gp,  Paypal.gp, twitter.gp, Yahoo.gp,  and many more.
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Hacker claimed to hack server  of nic.gp and leak credentials (encrypted)  of 1271 Guadeloupe domains and user accounts including  usernames,  email addresses and phone numbers from server as shown via  a paste-bin note. and complete database uploaded  on a file sharing site.

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