Batticaloa Municipal Council of Shri Lanka Hacked, Site Databases Leaked Online

Shortly after new year’s 2019, hackers “Shizen” and “Ftp” announced a hack of the Batticaloa Municipal Council in Sri Lanka. While the leak contains some 760 lines, most notably within it, hackers were able to uncover the personal information of 22 website administrators, including their usernames, email addresses, phone numbers and full passwords – theoretically granting anyone access to the back end of the website. Also included in the leaked databases is personal information on 100 Municipal Council members, including their full names, addresses, emails, ID numbers, passwords, phone numbers and usernames.

Website Effected: hxxp://batticaloa.mc.gov.lk
Raw Leak: https://ghostbin.com/paste/r5s4d

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Brian Dunn

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