Hackers put the database dump of the sysadmins.ru forum into open access

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Summarize this content to 100 words On August 4, 2023, pro-Ukrainian hackers from the CyberSec group published a database dump of the sysadmins.ru forum of system administrators.The 4.45 GB file (sysadmins_ru_db_only.7z archive occupies 675 MB) contains personal data of users (including email addresses and hashed passwords), as well as private correspondence. Based on the date of the last personal message contained in the database, the database is current as of August 18, 2022. Hackers say they published the dump only after hashing most of the passwords, after which the database lost value to them.According to the hackers, they also have files with a total size of 38 GB posted on the forum. In addition, for some time they were engaged in “swapping binaries sent by admins to each other and reading various intimate information from the first persons in large corporations.”

Hackers put the database dump of the sysadmins.ru forum into open access

On August 4, 2023, pro-Ukrainian hackers from the CyberSec group published a database dump of the sysadmins.ru forum of system administrators.

The 4.45 GB file (sysadmins_ru_db_only.7z archive occupies 675 MB) contains personal data of users (including email addresses and hashed passwords), as well as private correspondence. Based on the date of the last personal message contained in the database, the database is current as of August 18, 2022. Hackers say they published the dump only after hashing most of the passwords, after which the database lost value to them.

According to the hackers, they also have files with a total size of 38 GB posted on the forum. In addition, for some time they were engaged in “swapping binaries sent by admins to each other and reading various intimate information from the first persons in large corporations.”

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