Ghana Bank Websites hacked and Database leaked by SEPO

Hacker anon_4freedom continue their cyber attack on Ghana ,recently they break into the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia website and leaked the database. He focused on Ghana’s bank website , for the last four days he hacked around five bank websites. Also he hacked FidelityBank Ghana, UT Bank and dumped the database in his own blog.

“It is very important, becouse other admins read all of this and they understand that everything in the internet can be hacked” Hacker said The following bank sites are hacked:

http://www.utbankghana.com/
http://www.combanketh.com/
http://www.fidelitybank.com.gh/

The dumped database belong to Commercial Bank of Ethiopia contains the username, encrypted password ,email id and user role.

The dumped database belong to FidelityBank Ghana contains the the admin userid, encrypted password and email id .

The dumped database belong to UT Bank contains the user countr, phone number and other details.

The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) is the largest commercial bank in Ethiopia and had about Birr 73.7 billion (US$4.45 billion), in assets at the end of June 2010. At the time, the bank held approximately 63.5% of deposits and about 38% of all bank loans in the country. The bank has about 9, 000 employees who staff the headquarters and 301 branches positioned in the main cities and regional towns, including 45 branches in Addis Ababa. CBE recently opened new branches in the remote towns of Injibara and Humera.

 

UT Bank Ghana Limited, commonly known as UT Bank (UTB), is a commercial bank inGhana. As of February 2011, the bank is one of twenty-seven (27) licensed commercial banks in Ghana.
UTB is a medium-sized financial services provider headquartered in Ghana with subsidiaries inwest Africa and Western Europe. The bank’s total assets in December 2009 were valued at nearly US$140 million, with shareholders’ equity of approximately US$15 million.

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