The Week in Dark Web – 25 April 2022 – Access Sales and Data Leaks
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This week’s edition covers the latest dark web news from the past week. Again, rise of ransomware attacks, some database thefts, and stealing customer data, that took their place on the headlines this week. Click here to read the last weeks post.
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Leaks of Russian Food Delivery Service and The Customer Database is Put On Sale
A Russian food delivery service, Buffet24.ru originated in Krasnoyarsk, was hacked on 20 April, including the customer data such as user name, phone numbers, addresses, type of the payment, and other preferences belonging to the customer were leaked. The database leaks covering the period 2017-2022 are priced at 81k. As a result of observation by SOCRadar, the attacker sharing this announcement also shares samples and accessible links for the leaks in a hacker forum.
Database and Vulnerability of Kla Corporation are Put on Sale by Hackers
On 20 April, a notice for selling a new alleged database and vulnerability belonging to KLA Corporation was published in a hacker forum. This selling announcement includes some loggings directly from KLA Corporation and KLA’s vulnerabilities. The name, e-mail, and password information of 1,858 users were leaked.
Login Informations and Vulnerability of Unvision are on Sale
On 19 April, SOCRadar noticed that the hacker forum’s login information and vulnerability were sold. Login information and vulnerability belonged to Univision. The hacker forum has 29 admin users.
Database of Phone Lines from the U.S. Has Leaked
On 19 April, SOCRadar noticed that a new alleged phones database was leaked. This database leak is detected for United States. Phones databases from more than 183 millions of lines include full name, full address, phone, mail, gender, carrier of victims.
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