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Rex Mundi hackers timeline

Rex Mundi, a group that’s known for stealing data from various companies, has been very active in the last years.

We have decided to create a timeline which shows you the hacks which have been initiated by the Rex Mundi hacking group.

The hackers are behind various attacks on companies. The have hacked telecommunication companies and food companies. They do not have a specific range of attacks, they will attack each target which will get them some money.

Rex Mundi attacks in 2012

Hackers Leak Data from AmeriCash Advance After Company Refuses to Pay Up

Extortionists Threaten to Leak Databases of 300 Websites Designed by Webassur

Rex Mundi attacks in 2013

Rex Mundi Hackers Blackmail Drake International, Threaten to Leak 300,000 Records

Hackers to Belgian Firm Buy Way: Pay 20,000 EUR or We Leak Your Data (Updated)

Belgium Firm Buy Way Admits It Was Hacked, Doesn’t Give In to Extortion

Rex Mundi Hackers Say They Will Sell “Buy Way” Data to Other Belgian Company

Extortionist Hackers Threaten to Leak Data from Swiss Web Hosting Firm Hoststar

Rex Mundi Hackers Blackmail Italian Hosting Service Websolutions.it

Rex Mundi Hackers Leak 61,390 Customer Records from Italian Firm Websolutions.it

Rex Mundi Hackers Blackmail Belgian Telecoms Company Numericable

Rex Mundi Hackers Blackmail Belgian Recruitment Agency Habeas

Rex Mundi attacks in 2014

Hackers Leak Details of 6,000 Numericable Customers After Firm Refuses to Pay Up

Hackers Blackmail Belgian Hosting Firm AlfaNet

Hackers Publish Names of 12,000 Customers of Belgian Hosting Firm AlfaNet

Domino’s Pizza hacked, customer database held to ransom

Rex Mundi hack

When hackers steal login information from one site, they often try the same combinations against other sites. You will see that the hackers have obtained access to hosting environments which host various websites like Domino’s and so on. In the past, many organizations admitted to having had their systems breached by Rex Mundi. However, there are some controversial cases as well.

For instance, in the case of Belgian telecoms company Numericable, the company denied that the hackers could have gained access to customer info. Shortly after, the cybercriminals published what appeared to be contact information for around 6,000 people. In the summer of 2013, Rex Mundi claimed to have breached the systems of Belgian recruitment agency Habeas. After trying to blackmail the company, they published a message admitting that most of the data downloaded from Habeas’ servers was “junk.”

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