Last Wednesday Ebay Hacked, With that Ebay Mentioned that there is no unauthorized activities and at“Information security and customer data protection are of paramount importance to eBay Inc., and eBay regrets any inconvenience or concern that this password may cause our customers,” the company said in a statement.all the financial and non financial data plus credit card details are safe. But Ever Happen Hacking a Top Running eCommerce isn’t an easy thing, but all the users mentioed t[o change then passwords. but As a best practice, eBay encourages users to not only change their eBay password, but any other password that was the same as your eBay login.
Team Madleets, Hacked the Google Malaysia page. And the hacker team mentioned on their FB page like this
The Madleets address leads to a Facebook page for the team that has the following message posted:
We feel we need to alert anyone, that we don’t hack any country tlds for example google.com.my as a result of any kind of hate, We don’t hate anyone, We love all humanity, there is no obvious reason for stamping the tlds.
Least the reason is not any kind of hate.
Whatever the reason is we can’t explain except we love all of you.
It’s Pretty bad news for Google, Most of the World Population trusted in google Malaysia but if happens like the that’s not much, and google gonna lose their grip in Malaysia.
The hackers responded with a brief statement to TechCrunch:
There’s not much reason behind it, only to prove that security is just an illusion. It does not exist.
We have no political intentions whatsoever, as you have already stated.