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Department of Homeland Security and U.S Navy hacked

Department of Homeland Security and U.S Navy hacked


Department of Homeland Security and U.S Navy websites once again at Major Risk. This time hacking group called "Digital-corruption" hacked into subdomains of both sites and leak database info on pastebin.

In its announcement on the pastebin.com website, the group said it has leaked database from https://www.smartwebmove.navsup.navy.mil/ and twicinformation.tsa.dhs.gov using Blind SQL-Injection method.
The Database include Usernames, Passwords, Email ID's, Security Questions - Answers of all users.
Hackers shout:
say("#FreeTriCk #FreeMLT #FreePhantom");
say("Knowledge is power!");
say("NAVY.MIL, care to share some of your staff information?");

Department of Homeland Security and U.S Navy websites are hacked lots of times in past one year by Different hackers from all over world.

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