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[Newsletter] DDW Weekly Highlights in January W1

Date 2023. 01. 12

🌐 Deep Dark Web Weekly Highlights in January W1

Deep/Dark web weekly highlights is S2W's weekly chronicle to share the latest global security issues that S2W and its analysis team detected at various hidden channels. It will be a powerful testimony for you to be update to date for deep/dark web trends. 

⚠ Personal Information Leak: Social Media

A situation occurred in which the personal information of members who joined Twit*** was being shared free of charge on the famous hacking forum Breached on January 4, 2023. The ID of the dark web user who leaked the database is StayMad, and this user joined Breached on January 3, 2023 and made only one post, the Twit*** Database Leakage Post.

☑️ Leakage level: The file size is about 13GB, and the contents of the file belong to more than 200 million members of Twit***. The personal information includes email addresses, names, subscription dates, contact information, etc.

⚠ Ransomware Attack: Automobile

Sweden's famous automobile manufacturer Vol** Motor Co. was found to have had internal documents and internal data leaked onto Breached due to a ransomware attack on December 31, 2022. The ransomware group which launched the ransomware attack on Vol** Cars is “Endurance Ransomware,” which first started its activities in October 2022.

☑️ Endurance Ransomware: Mainly working under the ID of “Intel Broker” on the Breached hacking forum. Unlike other ransomware groups, there seems to be no confidential leakage site operated by the group at this stage. (Carefully look at S2W November 3, 2022 newsletter for details)

⚠ New Channel for Leaked Data: Telegram

A Telegram Channel (Channel Name: RAID***) which sells various Korean domestic databases or shares them for free, was captured on an S2W network on January 3, 2023. Most of the databases distributed on the channel are databases that have been sold or shared for free on the famous dark web hacking forum Breached or on its predecessor, Raidforums. Some of the files are databases that sell unspecified passports in Korea.

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