DoubleFlag, the hacker plus vendor who is known for selling high-profile data on the dark web marketplaces is back at it again, this time, with more data and double the price. In his recent listing, the vendor is claiming to have access to the complete databases of two of the world’s best-known companies Experian and WhoIs.
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It has been discovered that the data of an explosive-handling business was leaked. It is highly frightening if the information security of an explosives-handling business is compromised. It poses the threat of such sensitive information getting into the hands of criminals or even criminals who may try to obtain the explosive materials by using the employee to reach to the explosive. It puts the employees of such a company in an even more precarious situation wherein the bad guys may try to blackmail the employees or try to influence them in even more violent ways.
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According to general manager Ludwig Sandell at Dignato AS, there are industrial trade secrets posted on the dark web, which concerns Norwegian companies, such as Statoil or DNB.
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Job-related information belonging to hundreds of thousands of individuals in a Michael Page database was exposed online by Capgemini.
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