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Following an attack last fall on the Web site of the United Nations Development Program, members of TeaMp0isoN recently published more data from the site, and announced that they had uncovered several vulnerabilities in the UN's main Web site as well.
"It turns out that the actual hack was performed by TeaMp0isoN’s Phantom which uploaded the data leak to Pastebin as a private document a few days ago," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs. "Other hackers came across it and claimed the hack, adding a statement to show their reasons for allegedly hacking the server."
"Besides the UNDP site, members of TeaMp0isoN also identified a large number of SQL Injection vulnerabilities on un.org, the United Nations main website, planning to later hack into it," Kovacs writes.
Go to "UN Website Unpatched, Hacked Again by TeaMp0isoN (Exclusive)" to read the details.
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