100,000 Personal info were leaked after the Cyber Attack on South Korean Presidential website
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100,000 Personal info were leaked after the Cyber Attack on South Korean Presidential website

South Korea leak

The recent Cyber Attack on South Korean website, in which someone hacked the websites in the name of Anonymous but after the incident anonymous clearly said “NO we were not and now according to a report by Yonhap News Agency, about 100,000 info of people has been leaked after the cyber attack on the south Korean website.

It is also stated that this happened after the cyber attack on the South Korean Presedential website and officials also confirmed about this leak.

Leaked Information contains:

  • Names
  • Birthdates
  • Identification Numbers
  • Addressed
  • Internet Protocol Addressees

Users’ passwords and registration numbers, the South Korean equivalent to a U.S. Social Security number, were not leaked, a presidential official, whose name was not reported, said.

Victims of the hacking can seek compensation, the official said.

On that day Anonymous was working on their #OpNorthKorea in which they hacked and taken down major websites of the North Korea, which mainly consist media websites of North Korea, we also covering that Operation and we prepared a list of Damage during #OpNorthkorea, you can have a look of that list [HERE

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