A dark web forum specializing in marketing stolen social media accounts, SIM cards and phone numbers was itself hacked for the second time in less than a year.
OGUsers on April 2 posted a notice on its site that was picked up by researchers at Under The Breach. The note stated the attacker entered OGUsers uploading a shell to the avatar uploading functionality of the site.
The attacker almost immediately posted 200,551 records, of which 126,431 already had their passwords cracked to plaintext, on their site to prove it committed the hack.
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