REvil ransomware gang, implicated in the high-profile attacks on JBS and Kaseya, seems to have very suddenly disappeared from the internet. The group has even closed up pages advertising its services on the dark web.
A new password leak, the largest to date, contains over 8.4 billion credentials among which may have been the account used to get into Colonial Pipeline's network.
The gift cards belonged to 3,010 companies, including Amazon and Walmart, and were allegedly stolen from Cardpool’s backend. Both sales closed very quickly on the dark web forum.
An international law enforcement effort that involved multiple agencies from the United States and Europe has taken out a significant chunk of the dark web, putting 179 vendors out of business.
Stolen passwords from over 100,000 data breaches circulating on the dark web has reached 15 billion, a number that has risen by 300% within the last two years.
Compromised data belonging to ten companies is on sale on the dark web by a hacking group called ShinyHunters. The 73 million stolen user records is being sold for $18,000.
530,000 Zoom accounts selling on dark web appear to be compromised by credential stuffing, using username and password combinations obtained from past breaches of other companies.
Data for sale on the dark web from Italian email provider Email.it includes the full content of over 600,000 user accounts that may have been exposed since January 2018.
Even though the data of 538 million Weibo users sold on dark web is limited, the information still posed a risk especially to the anonymous users sharing unfiltered news around the country.
Massive personal data leak of 1.2 billion people was exposed on the Dark Web which includes email addresses, LinkedIn URLs, Facebook URLs and IDs, and phone numbers.