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1337day.com untouched Inj3ct0r hacking claims false

@TheWikiBoatBR laid claim to hacking inj3ct0r’s official site in a tweet to us and a few others (WikiboatBR later removed the tweet). They actually defaced http://inj3ct0rs.com, when the real DNS is http://1337day.com.

They then also stated via Twitter that “the inj3ct0r attack was a simple attack dns.”, which shows that there are no known exploits in the current CMS and later said “inj3ct0r very securety.”.  You can view the tweet below.

EDIT: Some information was incorrect here WikiboatBR did not take any part in this, @D4RKCR1PT3R was the one who conducted the DNS attack on inj3ct0rs.com, you can view the tweet below:

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