Source: Le Soir
Publié le: 21/10/2009 @ 15:46:31: Par zion  Dans "Piratage "
PiratageVendetta, c'est bien ce dont il s'agit avec la publication par un utilisateur anonyme lundi soir de 30 logins et mots de passe sur le forum adsl-bc.

L'utilisateur menaçait Belgacom de continuer à publier 1.000 mots de passe par semaine si Belgacom ne mettait pas fin aux quotas. Il affirme avoir utilisé une faille sur les BBOX2 qui permet de récupérer le mot de passe même si l'accès remote WAN est désactivé.

Belgacom a bien sûr porté plainte contre X, la suite au prochain épisode!

Le message originel:

There\'s an exploit on their BBOX2 (which is also present on the dommel routers btw) that allows any remote attackers to have any info they want from the router (Even if WAN access is disabled)
I\'ll post the exploit if the quotas aren\'t abolished by the 30th November 2009.
Be warned shitty ISPs, if you don\'t want me to share the exploit along with over 285.000 ADSL logins just stop this shitty bandwidth capping :
Internet is supposed to be a right for everyone and not limited.

I\'ll post 1000 ADSL Logins (Starting with a small number as a warning) next week and following weeks until the 10/30/09.
By then, if Belgacom Skynet\'s quota aren\'t abolished, i\'ll prolly post the exploit for you guys to make your own collection of adsl logins.

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