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Syrian Electronic Army steals million user data after burglary Forbes
The hacker collective Syrian Electronic Army has managed to break into the business magazine Forbes. In In addition, data from more than one million people were stolen. Several companies were victims of the hacker group.
The hack was made publicized by Syrian Electronic Army via his Twitter account. On a screenshot to show that the hackers have penetrated into the admin console of the WordPress system where Forbes is running. In addition, they argue that the data from more than one million people have been captured, including e-mail addresses, user names and passwords. The latter, however, are encrypted. Syrian Electronic Army has captured data put online.
It is unclear how the hackers have penetrated. Forbes says nothing about this, but let in a statement on Facebook know that the authorities have warned. Forbes warns users that they can change their password. Best precaution At the same time enables Syrian Electronic Army Softpedia across the Forbes hacked because of the coverage of the conflict in Syria.
It is not the first time that Syrian Electronic Army hacked websites of well known companies. Earlier, it was Microsoft already victims, and also became his Skype blog hacked . Twitter and even The New York Times got the hackers make.
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