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Ethical Hackers Breach U.N., Access 100,000 Private Records
Quote:Security researchers successfully hacked the United Nations, accessing user credentials and personally identifiable information (PII)–including more than 100,000 private employee and project records—before informing the U.N. about the problem through the organization’s vulnerability disclosure program.
Ethical hackers from the research group Sakura Samurai used a vulnerability in a GitHub directory that exposed WordPress DB and GitHub credentials, allowing access to numerous private records from the U.N.’s Environment Program (UNEP).
Researchers Jackson Henry, Nick Sahler, John Jackson and Aubrey Cottle discovered the vulnerability after the team decided to take a crack at finding an entry for the U.N.’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program and Hall of Fame and eventually identified an endpoint that exposed the credentials, researchers wrote in a blog post.
“The credentials gave us the ability to download the Git repositories, identifying a ton of user credentials and PII,” they wrote. “In total, we identified over 100K+ private employee records. We also discovered multiple exposed .git directories on U.N.-owned web servers [ilo.org], the .git contents could then be exfiltrated with various tools such as ‘git-dumper’.”
Researchers were able to access a significant amount of sensitive U.N. information in their breach, including 102,000 travel records; more than 7,000 records of human resources nationality demographics; more than 1,000 generalized employee records; more than 4,000 project and funding-source records; and evaluation reports of 283 projects.
Data revealed in the records included the names, ID numbers, nationalities, genders, pay grades and a raft of other personal information pertaining to U.N. employees, as well as identification numbers, locations and financing amounts for various UNEP projects, as well as funding sources and other specific details.

Read more: https://threatpost.com/hackers-breach-un...ds/162944/
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