Pretty fascinating turn of events for the popular exploit seller ExploitHub.com… A hacking collective, known as Team Inj3ct0r, penetrated their website and grabbed a number of private exploits worth almost $250,000. A vulnerable version of the Magento eCommerce software seems to be the culprit. Interestedly, the hackers posted the data over on a competing website 1337day.com. According to a post on ZeroSecurity.org, most of the leaked exploits are for Oracle however some of the other effected companies or products include CA, Novell, Trend Micro, Symantec, Opera, and Lotus Domino. Both the ZeroSecurity post above and the eHackingNews article below provide links more details on the hack.
The Inj3ct0r team who provide ultimate database of exploits and vulnerabilities and a great resource for vulnerability researchers , has hacked into the ExploitHub.com(competitor of 1337day).
In an email sent to EHN, the team claimed that they have stolen private exploits worth around $242333.
“Today (December 11th), the Inj3ct0r Team has hacked http://exploithub.com and we like to add a small line here ‘ This is for Educational Purpose Only’ ” The Team.
They also have leaked some data compromised from the server which includes the list of column names and details about the private exploits.
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