By Eduard Kovacs, Softpedia.com
Members of Team GhostShell gained unauthorized access to the official computer store of the University of Arkansas, uarkcomstore.com, Softpedia reported April 16. The breach was a form of protest against the recent law enforcement operations that targeted hackers. The hackers have dumped tens of thousands of records, comprised of names, addresses, phone numbers, departments, zip codes, and local codes.
However, they revealed that they possess around 100,000 accounts from the targeted site’s databases. “There’s something we should probably mention though, this place has been breached more than once,” the hackers explained. “So you could say that we’ve helped you this time, by revealing your vulnerability and exposing the fact that your databases have been spoofed and that you should most likely look into it before it’s too late.”