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Weekly Breaches – 22th of May

We face too many breaches happen every day. Just want to share some important ones of them happened this week here.

As an important note; these are the sharing of attackers and these information need verification.

Indonesia Vaccine Data:
The threat actor RichTheKid shared that they have 690k records of Indonesia vaccine data. It takes 1.3 GB.

pipl.com Database Leak
pipl.com is one of the most important identity information provider. The threat actor toprakbilen90 claimed that they have leaked pipl.com’s database including first and last name, aliases and past name , e-mail address , physical address, date of birth, court and bankruptcy notes, phone number, social media profile links, political affiliations, race, religion, skills, gender, employers past and present, automobiles and proper. The data is about 2.96GB.

BBVA Mexico
A threat actor shared BBVA Mexico data with screenshots in a private Facebook group. As seen from the screenshots that the threat actor shared, they include customer identity information, transaction information and so on.

Ministry of Justice – Qatar Database
The threat actor keftar claimed they have the database of the Ministry of Justice. The data includes lots of csv files and the total size of the data is unknown.

AT&T Data Breach?

ShinyHunters claiming that they have the database of AT&T including sensitive information of more than 70 million customers. With a post they shared, threat actors demand 200k$ for this database. They shared this post a few days after a threat actor sold information about T-Mobile customers. T-Mobile has confirmed the data breach, however a relationship between these two events has not yet been determined.

According to the example records that ShinyHunters shared, database is including these information of the customers;

  • Name and surname
  • Addresses
  • Postal code
  • Birthday
  • e-mail addresses
  • Social security numbers

AT&T claimed that the aforementioned information is not related with their systems and refused the breach.

Both AT&T and T-Mobile, have been marred by several security incidents in the recent past.