[Newsletter] DDW Weekly Highlights in March W1

Date 2023. 03. 09

🌐 Deep Dark Web Weekly Highlights in March W1

⚠ Confidential Leak: Telecommunication

Internal data belonging to Telu*, one of Canada's top three telecommunications companies, has been leaked by an anonymous threat actor and is currently being offered for sale on a prominent hacking forum. The data being sold from Telu* is categorized into three types, each with its own corresponding price, as email database, high payroll database, GitHub private repositories.

⚠ Confidential Leak: Cybersecurity

Data from a leading US cybersecurity company has been discovered for sale on a notorious hacking forum. The threat actor did not identify the targeted company by name, but they did release a sample of the stolen data and disclosed some of the company's major clients. The data that was stolen, totaling approximately 220 gigabytes, contains internal reports, client information, and employee account credentials.

⚠ Confidential Leak: Government

Police databases from multiple countries, including Mexico, Nepal, and Bangladesh, have been leaked and are now being shared freely on a Telegram channel. The "Poena" channel operator, a specialist in confidential leaks on Telegram, has recently distributed police data from the three countries mentioned above. The extent of the leaked data differs slightly between each country and is listed below:

- Mexico: Personal information of police officers/candidates, criminal records of Mexican citizens, and other related data.

- Bangladesh: Documents pertaining to agreements between the Bangladesh Police and its partners.

- Nepal: Personal information and ranks of Nepalese police officers.

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