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Oct 03, 2022
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The Week in Dark Web – 3 October 2022 – Data Leaks and Access Sales

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Threat actors sold which companies’ or governments’ data on the dark web in the first week of October? Are there any access sales that attackers can use for potential breaches? Here’s a quick look at The Week in Dark Web.

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Database of a Ukrainian Governmental Website is Leaked 

SOCRadar Analysts has found a post on a dark web forum that shares a database claimed to be from a website with a “gov[.]uk” extension. The vendor does not elaborate on the topic further and shares the link as a complete website database. 

Unauthorized Access Sale for a Kuwaiti Shop 

On 27 September, a post for selling an unauthorized admin access sale for a Kuwaiti e-shopping site was detected on the dark web. The vendor explains the access types and attack methods along with the ordering data of the website. The access is auctioned with the given start, step, and blitz amounts. 

Database of a Power Company in Belgium Leaked 

SOCRadar detected a database leak of a Belgian power company on a hacker forum on 25 September 2022. The post’s creator describes the database as “random electricity data stuff” and shares it directly.

Unauthorized Network Access Sale for an Israeli Company 

SOCRadar detected an unauthorized network access sale of an Israeli Company on a hacker forum on 24 September 2022. The victim is believed to have 300~400 thousand dollars of daily revenue on regular days, which can go up to a million during the religious holidays in Israel. The price of the access is set as $29.000. 

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