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Anti-corruption zimbabwe finace Hacked by Rwandan Hackers

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  2. Ministry of Finance Zimbabwe hacked BY Rwandan hackers
  3. http://rwandan-hackers.blogspot.fr
  4. TWITTER:@rwandanhackers
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  7. Target:http://www.zimtreasury.org/
  8. Host IP:208.112.4.72
  9. Web Server:Microsoft-IIS/6.0
  10. Powered-by:ASP.NET
  11. DB Server:MySQL >=5
  12. Resp. Time(avg):883 ms
  13. Current User:zimtreasury@65.36.215.61
  14. Sql Version:5.0.95
  15. Current DB:zimtreasury
  16. System User:zimtreasury@65.36.215.61
  17. Host Name:palm.safesecureweb.com
  18. Installation dir:/usr/
  19. DB User: 'zimtreasury'@'%'
  20. Data Bases: -information_schema
  21. -zimtreasury
  22. mf_polls
  23. mf_pollque
  24. mf_photos_type
  25. mf_photos
  26. mf_page_views
  27. mf_news_type_sub_cat
  28. mf_news_type_sub
  29. mf_news_type
  30. mf_news_comments_copy
  31. mf_news_comments
  32. mf_news
  33. mf_comments
  34. mf_admin
  35. Data Base:zimtreasury
  36. Table:mf_admin
  37. Total Rows:1
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  39. user_email user_password user_name
  40. david@david.co.zw EeesSHH!@1* Dave
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  43. ===============================ANTI-CORRUPTION========================================
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  45. Corruption in Zimbabwe has become endemic within its political, private and civil sectors.[1] Zimbabwe ranks joint 154th out of 182 countries in the 2011 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, ranking it alongside Kenya, Laos and Papua New Guinea and more corrupt than Nigeria and Uganda. On a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 10 (very clean), the Corruption Perceptions Index marked Zimbabwe 2.2. This marks an increase in corruption since 1999, when the country ranked 4.1.[2]
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  47. The findings of a 2011 survey commissioned by Transparency International Zimbabwe found that Zimbabwean citizens regarded the public sector as the most corrupt sector in the country. In this survey respondents favoured the police as being most corrupt followed by political parties, parliament/legislature, public officials/civil servants and the judiciary.[3] In 2008, a Transparency International director announced that Zimbabwe loses US$5 million to corruption every day.
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