When a hacker was hacked, a prominent underground online crime forum named Maza was compromised by an unknown attacker, violating the fourth forum since the beginning of the year.
The intrusion is said to have occurred on March 3, and information about forum members, such as usernames, email addresses, and hashed passwords, was published on a violation notification page created by the attacker. It leaked. ” “This forum has been hacked.”
“The announcement was accompanied by a PDF file that allegedly contained some of the forum’s user data. This file includes usernames, partially obfuscated password hashes, email addresses, and more. It contained more than 3,000 lines, including contact details, “said cybersecurity firm Intel 471. Said..
Originally known as Mazafaka, Maza is an elite, invitation-only Russian cybercrime forum known to have been in operation in 2003, with exploit actors providing ransomware tools as a service. It acts as a dedicated online space for trading and other forms of execution. Illegal cyber operation.
Development is imminent shortly after successful violations of other forums such as Verified, Crdclub and Exploit.
Verify was allegedly compromised on January 20, 2021, and the actors behind the attack claimed access to the entire database of another popular forum called the Raid Forum, and further Verified’s. I transferred $ 150,000 worth of cryptocurrency from my Bitcoin wallet to my Bitcoin wallet.However, the forum Performing a return According to Flashpoint, ownership changed on February 18th last month.
Then, in February, a cybercrime forum known as Crdclub disclosed an attack that could lead to an administrator account breach for the purpose of fraudulent members. Other personal information does not seem to have been looted.
“By doing so, the attackers behind the attack were able to lure forum customers to use the money transfer service allegedly guaranteed by the forum administrator,” Intel 471 said. “It’s a lie, and as a result, an unknown amount of money was diverted from the forum.”
Finally, earlier this week, the Exploit Cybercrime Forum continued its attacks with obvious compromises on the proxy servers used to protect the forum from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
Details about the perpetrators of the attack are ambiguous, and while forum members speculate that it could be the work of government intelligence, their real-world identity as a result of the leak I’m also worried about the possibility of it being released.
Flashpoint Researcher OK The Russian text on the notification page of the Maza Forum may have been translated using an online translator, but does this mean the involvement of a non-Russian-speaking actor or intentionally misunderstood the attribution? He added that it is unclear if it was used to make it happen.
“Intel 471 doesn’t know who is blaming the breach, but anyone behind the action indirectly benefits researchers,” the company concludes. “Information uncovered from breaches helps fight these criminals by adding visibility to security teams tracking actors living in these forums.”
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