Vodafone Iceland Hacked

Cyber War News reports that the official Web site for Vodafone Iceland was breached and defaced by the Turkish hacker AgentCoOfficial, also known as Maxney, on November 30, 2013.

The defacement page stated simply, “Agent Hacker Group / Turkish hackers says: nsa, mola vakti [break time]. vodafone.is full dowloand, full users account. + vodafone … to be continued / >USAIsTerroristCountry #KillerUSA #Killerisrael #Damnisrael”

The hacker uploaded data stolen from the site to Speedy Share. According to Cyber War News, the data includes one file containing more than 77,000 user names, IDs, encrypted passwords, e-mail addresses, national personal identification numbers, dates and bank details, as well as Excel files contining several thousand more e-mail addresses, national personal identification numbers, and other information.

According to The Register, some of the data also includes private correspondence between Icelandic politicians.

All subscribers are being advised to change their passwords immediately, and to change their passwords on any other sites where they used the same login information.

Jeff Goldman
Jeff Goldman
Jeff Goldman has been a technology journalist for more than 20 years and an eSecurity Planet contributor since 2009.

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