Yesterday, February 18th 2019, hackers “Zorkkappak” “Kosuleet” of a group known as “Pikocas Gang” claimed credit for a hack and leak effecting 8 websites across Brasil, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. More specifically implicated in the hacks are the Government of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul Litigation, the Government of Rio Negro, the Government of St. Lawrence, the Court of Justice of Santa Catarina, Sri Lanka Police, Court Justice of Bahia, the Brasilian Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications (MCTIC), and Bureau of Manpower Employment and Training (BMET) of Bangladesh.
What makes the leaks unique is the fact that they don’t actually contain any data or files, rather, they merely provide the path through which they were able to hack into the website to retrieve the files. In this way there are no actual leaks, only forensic evidence that the hacks were real – if that makes sense.
Governo do Estado de Mato Grosso do Sul Contencioso:
Sistema del RPI – Gobierno de Río Negro:
Tribunal de Justiça de Santa Catarina:
Sri Lanka Police:
Tribunal de Justiça da Bahia:
Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia, Inovações e Comunicações:
Bureau of Manpower , Employment and Training (BMET):
[MASS FILE LEAK]
By: @zorkkappak @kosuleet @ClusterSec https://t.co/3mk6WCz8Io https://t.co/7euK6ESPAC https://t.co/sUnuXhjn8H https://t.co/lNn7d8bK6i https://t.co/DZwvCWmBjK https://t.co/bhF6wBDt1X https://t.co/sFOQYdlzdC https://t.co/D8hSWX7pS6 @LabDefCon @Tec_Mundo pic.twitter.com/YCNWn22aNK
— K4PP4K (@zorkkappak) February 18, 2019
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