Sunday, September 4, 2011

Turkish hacking group defaces UPS, TheRegister, Acer, Vodafone


At the time of writ­ing these web­sites are still defaced, with a black page writ­ten “Turkgu­ven­Ligi” and “4 Sept. We TurkGu­ven­ligi declare this day as World Hack­ers Day - Have fun ;) h4ck y0u”.
What do ups​.com, voda​fone​.com, thereg​is​ter​.co​.uk, acer​.com, bet​fair​.com, nation​al​geo​graphic​.com and tele​graph​.co​.uk have in com­mon? They all use Net­Names as their reg­is­trar. It appears that the turk­ish attack­ers man­aged to hack into the DNS panel of this reg­is­trar and mod­ify the con­fig­u­ra­tion of arbi­trary sites, to use their own DNS (ns1​.yumur​tak​abugu​.com and ns2​.yumur​tak​abugu​.com) and redi­rect those web­sites to a defaced page.In the past, Turkgu​ven​Ligi​.info defaced secu​nia​.com, HSBC Korea and the reg­is­trar Directi with this method.


www.betfair.com
www.telegraph.co.uk
www.vodafone.com
www.acer.com
www.ups.com
www.nationalgeographic.com
www.theregister.co.uk

You can view the list of their attacks here: http://www.zone-h.org/
source:zone-h.org

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