Nigerian National Assembly Hacked, Huge Database Leaked by @LolSec

A hacker who goes by the handle of @LolSec has contacted us regarding his latest hack, in which the official website of Nigerian National Assembly has been hacked and a massive database is now leaked online on PasteBin.

The hack was also announced by the hacker on their official Twitter account.

The leaked data contains personal details of  1101 Nigerian and international officials directly or indirectly related to the Nigerian government. The leaked data has emails, passwords, phone numbers, job details and addresses of those officials.

The group also left a message on the leaked data by which shows that they are  fans of Anonymous LulzSec group that has been taken down by the FBI.

According to the message left by the @LolSec:

The original group LulzSec might be gone, but there legacy and the #antisec movement lives on

@LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec @LolSec

NOTE:  This dump was so big it needs 9 pastebin links to show you all the account info..

 Each user has something to do in the government all around the world

@LolSec told us that the leak is so huge that it had to be distributed in 9 parts on Pastebin. The leaked data can be accessed from the following links:

Targeted Website: 

Master Link: 

Sub-links: 

At the time of writing this article, the website of Nigeria National Assembly was down and showing an error message.

 

 

Waqas

Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.