Hack Notice

Hack Notice: bompastor.ind.br

bompastor.ind.br

Description
The HackNotice certificate research team discovered a data leak file associated with this domain. According to the hacker, this domain was allegedly hacked. If there are no other sources attached to this hack notice, then we don't experience an official disclosure of a data incident, so this jade is only implied.

About HackNotice and bompastor.ind.br

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