A website that allows people to send boxes of animal poop to their enemies has been hacked, revealing details of customers and their messages.
ShitExpress is a revenge prank website that allows you to send a box of real animal poop to victims and a personal message to “people who annoy you the most.”
A vulnerability on the site allowed a hacker to access the company’s database of customer email addresses and the messages they sent through the platform.
An ongoing feud between a hacker named “Pompompurin” and cybersecurity researcher, Vinny Troia, resulted in the hacker gaining access to the website’s customer data when he went on the site to order a box to be sent to Troia. are sent.
‘Pompompurin’ then leaked the database on a hacking forum, exposing customers’ angry personal messages.
One of the messages read: ‘I saw a cockroach today and thought of you… I stepped on it.’
Another said: ‘This gift shows my gratitude for your hard work and is a symbol of how great my team thinks you are. ENJOYING!’
The hacker told Bleeping Computer that the data he downloaded was surprisingly small and that they had not held it for ransom. Instead, they notified the website owner after dumping the data.
He said, “It’s not that big to be honest… There are about 29,000 orders in the data.
“We noticed unusual activity on our server four days ago and found that one of our scripts is vulnerable to SQL injection. It’s purely our fault – a human error that can happen to anyone,” a ShitExpress spokesperson told Bleeping Computer.
ShitExpress also clarified that the website did not store any personal information about its customers.
‘If someone pays with a cryptocurrency, it is of course very safe and anonymous. If they pay by credit card, all information remains with the payment processor. It’s that simple’
ShitExpress accepts payments via credit card or Bitcoin and promises its customers complete anonymity.
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