On December 2nd 2018, a hacker going by the name of “Knushh” claimed responsibility for a hack of the Centro Qualifies Poet Joaquim Serra do Aepjs, an adult education/vocational training website located in Brasil. Knushh, whom is also said to live in Brasil, performed the hack to raise awareness on behalf of and in protest of Articles 13 and 11, controversial new Copyright directives recently put forth by the European Union in November 2018 – joining a much larger pool of international hacktivists also protesting the initiative.
Learn More About Articles 13 & 11 Here: https://www.wired.co.uk/article/what-is-article-13-article-11-european-directive-on-copyright-explained-meme-ban
Below you can find the administrator log in credentials for two databases attached to the domain (hxxps://centro-qualifica.espjs.edu.pt/). In a statement available on online, Knushh explains that the website suffers from an “SQL Injection Metodo GET/POST” vulnerability, as well as a “Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)” vulnerability, ultimately allowing him to hack the site and steal/leak data.
Raw Full Leak: https://ghostbin.com/paste/qv278/raw
Vazamento de dados do banco de dados do site do "Centro Qualifica Poeta Joaquim Serra do AEPJS" Em forma de protesto #Hacktivista contra o Artigo 11 & 13 aprovados pelo Parlamento europeu. by @Knushhhttps://t.co/AOZ0oGDWZ7
@LabDefCon @ZHacker13 @Unk0wnS @N1ghtzin @drakst4r pic.twitter.com/W2idQklEhz
— #Knushh 🇧🇷 (@Knushh) December 2, 2018
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