Hackers put stolen data on own site thousands of Dutch and Belgians




The hacker group Rex Mundi has set up a website containing the personal data collected that acquired the group in previous hacks. It comes to passwords, bank data and medical records include Dutch and Belgians.

The hacker group Rex Mundi was in the past known for extensive hacks systems include Domino’s Pizza, telecom Numericable and the Dutch employment agency Accord. The group pressed hacked off companies and has published extensively on large amounts of data include Pastebin and Dpaste.

Through Twitter Rex Mundi let know the dates have now grouped on its own site that can be accessed through the Tor network. The website includes passwords, login names, medical records and bank account details of thousands of Dutch and tens of thousands of Belgians.

It is data created by hacks of thirteen companies booty who refused to pay the extortionists. Among the companies are the Dutch company Accord, the Belgian companies Alfahosting, Buyway, Exaris, the medical supervisors Mensura and Numericable and international companies Domino’s, Drake and EasyPay. The captured data of the last hack in early December, the interim agencies Tobasco and Z-Staffing, standing by.

According to the hackers on the site previously published material, but also previously unreleased data. They appear to be the person to the data of thousands of mostly Belgians who had registered with an interim agency Interim Xtra. That data was Rex Mundi held in December but have not been published previously.

The group says, for fun, for the tension but mainly to hack for money. Data from companies that have come over the bridge, would never release the collective, the group claims.


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