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Bertioga’s official site hacked and plain text leak

The Brazil government has come under attack yet again from a hacker using the handle JUMP!N PROXY. The attack has been aimed at the town of Bertioga’s website which hosts information and attractions for the local town area.

As of now, it’s unknown where the information was first posted, but it was originally posted by Cyberwarnews.info.  The total count of emails and plain text passwords found is 6,147 with many of the accounts just having usernames the overall count is much higher.

Right now http://www.bertioga.sp.gov.br is up and functioning fine, there was no deface page.

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