A member of a pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) forum posted a guide about performing SQL injection cyber attacks, a technique commonly used to deface websites, along with a list of 119 websites as targets.
A Telegram channel bearing the name of the Cyber TeamRox (CTR) hacking group released purported credit card information and forwarded previously circulated website vulnerabilities.
An alleged Saudi hacking team “Hacker 511” purportedly targeted Xi’an International Studies University and released information about its databases on Pastebin.com.
The website of the National Association of Credit Services Organizations (NASCO) has been targeted by an individual hacker, who was purportedly able to breach the site’s database.
The Russian hacking group “w0rm” published the alleged vulnerabilities of a number of websiteths including that of ABC, USA Today and CBC/Radio-Canada.
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform was reportedly targeted in an SQL injection attack on January 2, 2015. The hack was reported by the Twitter account “5Devin5,” which linked the URL to the Pastebin.com release.
The alleged Russian hacking group “w0rm” claimed to have targeted and hacked the database of the computer technology company Lenovo.