In news first brought to my attention via DefCon Lab last night, January 18th 2019, Brasil’s Minitry of Defense and national Intelligence agency (Abin) were victimized by a massive data breach, as was Brasilian based IT firm Sepro – the countries single largest Government IT service provider. The hack has been claimed in conjunction with something known as “Operation Copyright,” led by a hacker going by the name of “Sr.St0rm.”
As the report by Defcon Lab points out, “the data leak seem to be related to a much larger leak compiled from various leaks effecting public and private systems. Thus, the users and passwords disclosed in this leak would be a by-product of this first leak, gathering data from Abin, the Ministry of Defense and Serpro.” Adding that “The publication contains at least 351 credentials (user and password), some of which in clear others do not.” In the leaked data browse-able below, you can find access to the files and/or social accounts of 14 members of Brasilian National Intelligence and access to the files and/or social accounts of 50 members of Brasi’s Ministry of Defense. The leak also contains similar information on 285 members of Brasil’s Government, stolen through Sepro servers.
In a message attached to the leak, Sr. St0rm released the following:
“HELLO!! ONCE AGAIN I EXPORT SOME DATA AND AS ALWAYS, MY TEAM HAS A REASON FOR THE OCCURRENCE. THE MOTIVATION BEHIND THAT LEAK IS REPRESENTATIVE OF “OPERATION COPYRIGHT,”. AN OPERATION ALREADY ACTIVE IN THE EU UNDER THE GDPR THAT COULD THREATEN FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND INTERNET PRIVACY ALL THE WAY HERE IN BRASIL. FOR THIS REASON AND MANY MORE, IS WHY WE RELEASE THE EMAILS OF AÇGUNS ABIN, DEFESA.GOV AND SERPRO. SPECIAL THANKS TO: JHONNY SANCHEZ (SOLO WOLF) LORD TRACY (SAMCRO / UNSA) GNU (SAMCRO). RUSSKAYA TEAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH SAMCRO REPRESENTING THE UNSA (NATIONAL UNION OF THE ANONYMOUS SYSTEM).“
Raw Leak: https://ghostbin.com/paste/e5qwt
Browse Through Full Leak:
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— Sr storm (@Srst0rm) January 17, 2019