Yesterday, April 17th 2019, an independent hacker known as “CyberGhost404” (@CyberGhost404) of the “Philippine Cyber Eagles” (@PHCyberEagles) released a relatively large data leak effecting over two dozen police agencies across the United Kingdom. Though the exact location where they originally stole the data from remains unknown, contained within a compressed zip file posted online are various spread sheets and Microsoft Excel documents from dozens of local police offices/branches across England – including information such as local records, press releases and ongoing court cases. Rogue Media Labs has downloaded a copy of the file and can certify it is safe to the public.
Data Download (44.14 MB zip): https://anonfile.com/4ao0m7fanf/615ff8d443b27cb3a7420d48af3faa0ecdf82455_zip
While not much is known about the hacker or their group, and they appear new to Twitter as of April 2019, the Philippine Cyber Eagles have also been active in a number of DDoS attacks across Europe – all carried out under the banners of #OpAssange and #OpUK. To date, included in their attacks have been the Barnsley News Council, Council of Mid & East Antrim, Bolton Town Council, Ryedale Town District, Council of East Riding & Yorkshire and the London Datastore. The group has also posted a hit list of websites around Ecuador, said to be targets of future cyber attacks.
#OpEcudaor Target List: https://pastebin.com/yTTQUtyS
— CyberGhost404☣ (@CyberGhost404) April 18, 2019
Government of Ecuador, You didn't expect us…
Tango Down, Caído:https://t.co/IFrh3aIgNP
— CyberGhost404☣ (@CyberGhost404) April 12, 2019