700,000 Sites on InMotion Hosting Server Hacked by TiGER-M@TE


700,000 Websites hosted on InMotion Hosting Network hacked by TiGER-M@TE including Trinity FM and Blast Magazine.
It was not just a server hack, actually whole data center got hacked. List of all hacked 700000 sites are available here. 
Hackers copied over the index.php in many directories (public_html, wp-admin), deleted my images directory and added index.php files where they weren’t needed.
In interview with TiGER-M@TE, He claims "I hack 700000 websites in one shot, this may be a new world Record. After submitting 200,000 domains, zone-h was going down again and again and became almost unresponsive in the end. So i was unable to submit all websites. So i've listed all domains in attachment. It was not just a server hack, actually whole data center got hacked."

TiGER-M@TE is the same hacker who successfully deface Google Bangladesh website.
The homepage is replaced by the words “Server HackeD by TIGER-M@TE” alongside the hash tag “#Bangladeshi HackeR” and the text “Greetz: aBu.HaLiL501; w7sh.Syria; Sy-Hacker; NmR.Hacker; Wa7sh Hacker; h311 c0d3”. This was accompanied by an email address along with a banner reading “Underground Hackers 2007-2011”.

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Konrado said...
October 13, 2011 at 1:23 PM

:D nice

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