Hackers say they took Mega.nz source code and admin logins

Zack Whittaker reports:

A hacker group claims to have obtained source code and admin accounts for the file-sharing site Mega.nz, formerly owned by internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom.

The hacker group, known as the Amn3s1a Team, told me by email that they had also obtained internal documents from the company’s servers, by exploiting an escalation of privilege vulnerability.

In total, there were seven email addresses that are said to be associated with administrative Mega accounts, thought to be the highest-level of access at the service.

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