by Paul Ducklin You probably don’t need to be told what sort of products were on offer at an online retail site called DarkMarket. As you can imagine, it operated on the so-called dark web, and you’d have needed the Tor browser to access it, using a special web address . . . Read more
Underground marketplace pricing on RDP server access, compromised payment card data and DDoS-For-Hire services are surging.
The group published files stolen from the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer in a ransomware attack last month. Hackers have dumped sensitive company data that was stolen during a ransomware attack last month on aircraft manufacturer Embraer. The compromised data appeared on a new dark web site created to publish leaked information, . . . Read more
A report on the underground economy finds that malicious actors are offering cloud-based troves of stolen data, accessible with handy tools to slice and dice what’s on offer. Cybercriminals are embracing cloud-based services and technologies in order to accelerate their attacks on organizations and better monetize their wares, researchers have . . . Read more
Animal Jam, just the latest in a string of attacks on gaming apps, has adopted a transparent communications strategy after stolen data turned up on a criminal forum.
Hacker forums are a rich source of threat intelligence. The Dark Web/Darknet continues to be an environment for bad actors to share stolen credentials and discuss successful attacks. In fact, in recent weeks, personal information from places ranging from education organizations to voter databases in the U.S. have been found . . . Read more
A diverse set of companies, including an adaptive-learning platform in Brazil, an online grocery service in Singapore and a cold-brew coffee-maker company, are caught up in the large data trove. A whopping 34 million user records have materialized on an underground sales forum, which cybercriminals claim are gleaned from 17 . . . Read more
Aleksandr Brovko faces jail time after stealing $100 million worth of personal identifiable information (PII) and financial data over the course of more than 10 years. Authorities have sentenced a hacker to eight years in prison for trafficking stolen personally identifiable information (PII) and online banking credentials resulting in losses . . . Read more