Hackers Reportedly Release Personal Details Of Over 2 Million South Korean Ruling-Party Members And 40,000 US Troops

Posted on Jun 26 2013 - 8:21pm by Karan Chopra

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With hackers hit high over the South Korea yesterday, result of which the country suffered number of cyberattacks on the day. Now, the country’s new agencies and security officials say that the hacking group have leaked the personal data of US military members.

Reuters is reporting that the hacking group has released the personal details of more than 2 million South Korean ruling-party members and 40,000 US troops, in which around 28,500 US troops posted in South Korea.

“We have seen the sites where the details were posted and clips that supposedly capture the process of hacking into web sites,” an unnamed official from South Korean online security firm NSHC told the publication.

Although the legitimacy of the leaked data has not been verified but the South Korea government says that it is further investigating the cyberattack.

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