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P0keu Hacks Eastern District Court of Tennessee Website, Passwords Exposed

P0keu Hacks Eastern District Court of Tennessee Website, Passwords Exposed

It’s the latest hacking of a public institution in the United States. The United States Eastern District court of Tennessee has had their website hacked by P0keu. User names and passwords have been posted to PasteBin.

P0keu has done numerous hackings in the last little while. Previously, P0okeu hacked DJ website VisitBPM and Canadian website Tamil Canadian.

About an hour ago as of this writing, P0keu tweeted the hacking, linking directly to PasteBin. P0keu didn’t post this under the banner of Antisec. In fact, P0keu, in keeping with the theme of previous hackings, seemed to decline to give a reason or an explanation as to why he decided to hack the website in the first place.

The PasteBin posting consists of just over a half a dozen usernames and passwords to the MySQL database – so presumably administrators. It’s unclear what the repercussions will be at this point in time.

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Drew Wilson
Drew Wilson is perhaps one of the more well-known file-sharing and technology news writers around. A journalist in the field since 2005, his work has had semi-regular appearances on social news websites and even occasional appearances on major news outlets as well. Drew founded freezenet.ca and still contributes to ZeroPaid. Twitter | Google Plus


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