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The hacker first announced the defacement on Twitter, writing, "http://pakistanintelligence.com H4Ck3d by #F**kYouSec i don't care http://www.pakistanintelligence.com/text_pages.php?id=1 … | also got their DB 10s of thousands of users info"
Cyber War News reports that the message on the defacement page read, "oHai all….time to look for a job using some other service…we haz ALL UR infoz…Y?… cuz i can…and U b33n sold out by poor security."
Two days later, Ag3ntBlack followed up by tweeting a link to a 2.2GB file hosted at anonfiles.com. According to Cyber War News, the file contained a single admin user name and encrypted password, along with the full names, phone numbers, addresses, job types and skill types of 76,030 registered users.
E Hacking News notes that the same site was previously breached and defaced in 2011.