#OpUFC Anonymous land a KO Blow on Dana White
In a recent interview the president of Zuffa’s Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Dana White threatened anonymous by calling them cowards because Ufc.com was redirected several items by hacktivists the previous week. White compared hackers of UFC.com to terrorists.
He spoke about it Thursday to reporters in Chicago:
Is SOPA the perfect bill? No, it’s not.
The only thing that we’re focused on is piracy. Piracy is stealing. You walk into a store and you steal a (freaking) gold watch, it’s the same as stealing a pay-per-view.
I don’t care what your twisted, demented idea of stealing is. These kids that grew upon the Internet have never had to pay for anything, so they think you shouldn’t have to.
Keep hacking our site. Do it again. Do it tonight.
You know what’s happening is? These guys look like terrorists now, and a bill that was about to die is about to come back. …
I’m not afraid of the Internet. I love the Internet. It’s fun to get on there and cruise around and stuff. I’m not afraid of you.
You want to keep hacking our site, go for it. Watch what happens. You’re hurting yourself.
As a respond from anonymous group s3rver.exe for #opUFC managed to bridge the site security again today and both ufc.com and ufc.tv where defaced. Also several backups of the site where leaked along with personal information, including a social security number, a list of residential addresses, a vehicle identification number and a personal phone numbers full details http://pastebin.com/4vw6SCaV
The full process was recorded on video and posted to youtube.
Update: It was reported that personal info where also release in the operation by yahoo sports.
“The hacker taking credit for the UFC hit, @joshthgod went a different route after the challenge posting White’s personal info, including a social security number, a list of residential addresses, a vehicle identification number and a personal phone number”
This is definitely wrong the whole operation was carried out by s3rver.exe, joshthgod forwarded UFC.com the previous week to another website.