New Mexico ISP Plateau Hacked

Members of TeamBerserk accessed the user database for New Mexico-based ISP Plateau, and published more than 7,500 users’ e-mail addresses and plain text passwords online (h/t The Hackers Blog).

It’s not clear if this is a new breach — the statement, “All the e-mails have been dumped already” precedes the data dump — but TeamBerserk claims to have leveraged the stolen data to access a network connected to the U.S. Army’s White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico.

“We already sorted through the military accounts in here and it lead to us a U.S. Army and AirForce Network in White Sands, Carlsbad and Roswell, New Mexico,” the hackers wrote.

The data dump is also preceded by the statement, “Corporations, Governments and PsyOps Regarded as Apostles. Even if we painstakingly piece together something lost, – it doesn’t mean things will ever go back to how they were.”

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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