Admittedly, these hacks managed to slip by me on my days off last weekend, but on January 20th 2019 a group of hackers known as “H4XSEC” claimed responsibility for a hack and leak of two Brasilian universities. More specifically, the group managed to hack access to databases affiliated with the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Federal University of Minas Gerais. Not much information was necessarily stolen or released from the hacks, rather, the majority of the information provided via the Ghostbin postings below reflects the mirrored file folders contained within each sites databases – posted to serve as proof that the hackers did manage to gain access to the back end of each website.
Federal University of Minas Gerais: hxxp://www.linhares.eci.ufmg.br/
Database Mirror: https://ghostbin.com/paste/7m89e
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro: hxxp://mare.nce.ufrj.br/
Database Mirror: http://ghostbin.com/paste/o79bw
Leak DB's – H4XSEC
— H4XSEC (@H4XSec) January 21, 2019
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