As a result of hacking, hackers have published an e-mail credentials to employees.
February 8, 2012 a group of hackers Swagg Security infiltrated the computer system and stole Foxconn’s credentials by e-mail accounts of some employees. In addition, hackers also managed to get the credentials of employees, which were used in the company’s intranet.
All of the stolen data has been published on the Pastebin , and could be used by third parties to carry out fraudulent orders from suppliers Foxconn.
Representatives of the company Foxconn said in his account in Twitter, that breaking the system hackers used “outdated vulnerability” in the browser, IE, which worked with the company’s employees.
Published by hackers information includes an event log e-mail server and login credentials for sites that Foxconn ordered delivery of necessary equipment. Thus, according to hackers from Swagg Security, «people can make fraudulent orders for products from companies such as Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Intel and Dell ».
«Foxconn have used a modern firewall, but we were able to get around it almost free,” – said the hackers.
February 9th, 2012 Hackers have reported in your account on Twitter, that representatives of the Foxconn already taking action. The company closed the site is compromised services.foxconn.com. At the time of publication of news of the resource was unavailable.