It has recently been reported that confidential documents from the United States National Security Agency (NSA) were leaked online. These documents reportedly contain sensitive information related to the Ukrainian War, including evidence which suggests that discussions about military aid to Ukraine were intercepted by allied countries. The leaked documents were classified as Top Secret level documents prepared by the CIA. The documents contain detailed information about the Ukrainian conflict, including maps of major battlefields, schedules for transporting Western military supplies to Ukraine, and the location of Ukrainian air defense assets.
Confidential Leak: Government
A notorious hacking group has recently leaked internal data from the Central Institute Nuclear Research Russia (CINRR), a joint institute involved in nuclear research in Russia. The stolen data is currently being shared for free. KelvinSecurity, a well-known hacking group, recently disclosed the confidential data from CINRR on a new hacking forum called “Zer0daysellers.” The leaked data includes the personal information of CINRR personnel, email messages exchanged by them, and information about ongoing projects at the institute.
Confidential Leak: Financial
The Ukrainian financial system has recently experienced a security breach resulting in unauthorized access and subsequent leakage of sensitive data. The compromised information was discovered to be widely disseminated across a notorious Russian dark web hacking forum. In February of this year, a threat-actor successfully infiltrated the Ukrainian financial system and released a portion of the compromised data to the public as a sample.
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