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The Week in Dark Web – 11 June 2021 – Deep Web Havoc

The Week in Dark Web – 11 June 2021 – Deep Web Havoc

June 11, 2021
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This week’s edition covers the latest dark web news from the past week. admin access sale, company database theft, and stealing personal data are on the rise and took their place on the headlines this week. Click here to read the last week’s edition. Here are the details of the major events that took place on the deep web this week:

Unauthorized Access Sale Detected for an E-Commerce Company from the UK On the Dark Web

Customer Database of One of The Leading Telecommunication Companies of Brazil Leaked On The Dark Web/h2>

On June 10, 2021, a vendor offered to sell a customer database belonging to one of the largest telecommunication firms of Brazil on a dark web forum monitored by SOCRadar. The victim company is operating direct broadcast satellite TV systems with its 25 thousand employees. While there was no detailed information about the content of the database, the vendor stated the database includes over 13 million lines of information from 2017.

1600 Residential Documents For Sale On The Dark Web Marketplace

On June 11, 2021, on a dark web forum monitored by SOCRadar, a dark web vendor offered to sell a database containing residential documents belonging to Indonesian citizens. There is no information about how the vendor obtained the database. However, according to the vendor’s claim, the database comprises 1600 citizens’ documents containing personally identifiable information (PII) like usernames, emails and addresses.

An Investment Corporation from Kuwait Allegedly Suffers Ransomware Attack


On June 11, 2021, on a dark web forum monitored by SOCRadar, a dark web vendor offered to sell a database containing residential documents belonging to Indonesian citizens. There is no information about how the vendor obtained the database. However, according to the vendor’s claim, the database comprises 1600 citizens’ documents containing personally identifiable information (PII) like usernames, emails and addresses.

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