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Anonymous Leaks Databases of 100 Websites of Thai Prison

A week ago, a hackers group (Blink Hacker Group) asserting to be connected with the notorious hacktivist group Anonymous, knocked down 20 websites of Thai Corrections Department, and also disclosed 1GB data of Thai Supreme Court.

This activity is part of the ongoing Boycott Thailand campaign of the group, which challenges capital punishment given to two workers of Myanmar. You can get further insights about this operation of Anon in our earlier stories, which revealed incidents linked to the group defacing 14 websites of Thai police, at the time of leaking around 1GB data of the Supreme Court of Thailand, and when they launched websites of DDoS against 20 Thai prison sites.

The leak was published yesterday by the group, however all the servers that hosted the stolen information, have been taken down by the time this article. Thai Khaosod newspaper did not disclose any information on the "mistreatments", but said that lawyers of both of them are still preparing for an appeal against the initial ruling, and they might still have an opportunity to reverse the verdict of death sentence.

The Blink Hacker group linked with Anonymous is Myanmar-based, and it is the same group that launched the cyber-attack on 297 websites of Royal Thai Police on 5th January, 2016, and later on compromised the sites of Court of Justice on 15th January. The group kept on leaking personal information of each user of the Courts computer network. The information leaked included names, phone numbers and passwords of users, but any specific information about judges of court cases was not exposed.

The group says that the recent exposed data contains dredging projects information, which can be used as escape routes, and also comprises of data on the number of prisoners who have gotten away and are still absconding. However, the data uploaded is not verified independently by the Bangkok Post, as posted on hackread February 4th, 2016.

Meanwhile, all the sites of the prison are down. The hackers explained the current outage as "we pawned their prison web server and put their sites down, but still their sites cannot be restored due to missing of their databases. FTW!"

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