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April 25th, 2008 Hacked And Members Information Publicly Exposed

The web site have been compromised through an exploit of a file named “bottom.php3″, which was used by the site. The attacker was able to access and download user account information.

The following message, made by the attacker, appeared in the forum:

Hi all, maybe some of you, saw that is/was offline.
I hacked their database, with an exploit found by myself.
I tried to submit to milw0rm, but they dont accept exploits of .php3 .
bottom.php3 , this file was vulnerability.
LOL, ok.. But i have their user database.
I dont want to waste my time to check the hole thing..
first word is username, second word is password, third word is email adress. B
By some lines the password,email is NULL.
Do what you want to do with it..
Please, if u think i didnt hacked it, search forums/google , you dont find anything
i kept everything as i got it so there can be info what is usefull
uploaded at my host

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