Hacker group ShinyHunters selling data of 11 enterprises on the dark web

Hacker group ShinyHunters selling data of 11 enterprises on the dark web

Ibtimes·2020-05-10 11:36

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Following the massive data breach of Indonesia-based e-commerce giant Tokopedia, a group of hackers named ShinyHunters has reportedly compromised the data of over 11 organisations. The group has taken all the hacked data to a dark web marketplace famed for selling unlawful products.

Earlier hacking missions by ShinyHunters ShinyHunters was behind the TokoPedia breach, leaking over 15 million data records. Later, the group put 91 million records up for sale for just $5,000. The hacker group also breached the data of famous distant education company Unacademy involving 22 million records. At the beginning of the week, ShinyHunters compromised a portion of Microsoft GitHub accounts, leaking data from its source code repositories.

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