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Hacker "Maxney," a member of the Turkish Ajan Hacker Group, recently hacked and defaced a Web site belonging to ASUS, and published more than 8,000 user details on Pastebin.
"The website that was attacked is the Italian notebook based (notebook.asus.it/) site that has information on ASUS' Notebook range as well as offering some online services to its clients," Cyber War News reports.
"The leak has been posted in 4 different pastes," writes E Hacking News' Sabari Selvan. "It contains a bunch of user information such as names, numbers, address and company information totalling over 8000 all together."
"'Hearts a petrified Monster Israeli Zionists. You will find us in the face of all the games you've played,' the attackers wrote on the defaced page," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs. "The same collective has claimed responsibility for the hacks that targeted Siemens and Domino’s India. From the site of Domino’s they have leaked the details of over 37,000 customers."