NullCrew Hacked Time Warner Cable For Supporting Copyright Alert System

Infamous Hacktivists Nullcrew has defaced the Time Warner’s Cable for supporting Copyright Alert System (CAS) - An American cable telecommunications company.

The hackers announced that attack on their official Twitter account.

“We hacked Time Warner Cable, due to them attempting to participate in the six strikes.

They defaced the site with a gorilla picture. In the defacement page, the hackers leaked the database details, username, passwords, SSL Keys file password.

The hacktivist criticize the password used by admin,  they are using the very simple password “changeme”.

                                          [user_info]                                USERNAME = adminPASSWORD = changeme (lolfail, learn to change default passwords; we didn’t know this one till we had access to all config files.)

At the time of writing, the website has been taken down by the admin, you can see the mirror of the defacement here:

What is CAS?
The Copyright Alert System (CAS) is a private system for alerting and punishing internet subscribing customers of AT&T, Cablevision, Time Warner, Verizon and Comcast in regards to accusations of bittorrent use via their home networks to access alleged copyrighted material from a list of specific entertainment corporations and their CAS registered content. It is limited to customers of those internet vendors in the United States.